Abbotsford, BC, Canada – April 29, 2020 – While it is too early to assess the damage caused by this global pandemic, there are signs that it will permanently change the way our society functions. From its impact on the global economy to our daily lives, COVID-19 will leave an enormous impact on how we travel, how we learn, how we work, and how we socialize and communicate.
Changes that we could experience are careers that become obsolete as large gatherings may never be the same such as sporting events, concerts, and conferences. Home schooling your children is now our daily normal and social distancing is now a term that is used daily. Low expectations of finding paper products at the grocery store is something we never thought would be our reality either. The common denominator in all of this is that we need to learn coping mechanisms and create strategies to learn how to pivot and shift as changes beyond our control show up by the hour.
Where will we be in 1 month, 6 months, a year from now? Even before the dreaded COVID-19, it was evident that at some point in life we will have to embrace change, whether good or bad. Learning how to navigate through the winding trail of uncertainty by learning to trust our own instincts is where the magic is. The simplicity of life is not for just the select, its for everyone and Marjorie Warkentin takes you on the journey to Taming the Terror of Transition.
In her Guidebook she takes you through a journey of experiencing the end, the neutral zone and the beginning of change. For new beginnings to take place, we must first process the end of something.
Moments of crisis also present opportunity, but only if you are in the right frame of mind to see it. Warkentin wants to give you every life hack available so that you can rise from the COVID-19 pandemic, stronger than ever!
Warkentin states, “This eBook Guide will empower anyone that is currently facing circumstances beyond their control, by embracing change with confidence.”
Warkentin is avidly known for her women’s retreats, blogs, leadership, articles, events, and life path mentorship.
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