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Navigate Change Like a Nomad

Cocoon, by The Wandering Angel

Grace to be interviewed live online
this Tuesday by Adela Rubio

Do you feel tossed about lately by our society’s intense rate of change? Do you long to find calm footing in a sea of chaos?

We live in a time of dynamic transformation. Find the opportunity inherent in this time by plugging into a navigation panel that provides stability even as you zoom.

By using the power of portable tools, we can consciously engage change and move forward into new growth with more ease.

Adela Rubio, founder and queen of Self Care Mastery, has invited me to participate in a one-hour live interview as part of her Self Care Mastery Interview series:

  • This Tuesday, August 25th, at 1 pm Eastern Time / 11 am Pacific Time
  • Register for the Navigate Like a Nomad interview
  • You’ll be able to ask questions during parts of the interview
  • The live call is free and the replay will be available for 24 hours

I’d love to be with you on the call. Thanks for forwarding this page to anyone you think would be interested. Let me know if you have any questions.

Flickr photo: Cocoon, by The Wandering Angel


  1. jo martin wrote:

    Thanks for the heads-up! I will indeed be forwarding this link to a # of people I know who are *not* dealing well with changes in their lives, mostly economic. To me, change is the only constant, to be embraced, welcomed and feted. To them it is something to be avoided at all costs. Their mantra? “It’s not the way it used to be.” No. No, it’s not. And it never will be that way again, either.

    As convinced as I am that you’ll say something that will help them, I’m almost as convinced they don’t want help – they just want it all back the way it was.


    Monday, August 24, 2009 at 9:44 am | Permalink
  2. As my husband would say, with the associated facial expression of regret and acceptance … Ach, ja. There’s that thing, isn’t there. It’s so darn hard to help people who like being stuck. This is one of my big lessons in life — I continue to make my way up the spiral of this lesson (over and over again, gaining a bit of ground each time). At some point I learned (see, the spiral is working) that the person in the equation who’s stuck is none other than me, since I keep trying to unstick people who don’t what to be unstuck, and who’s fault is that?

    This topic is brilliantly covered — truly exceptionally brilliantly — in the book How to Live With an Idiot, by John Hoover.

    Monday, August 24, 2009 at 2:08 pm | Permalink