Yes, my focus for this piece was largely on change management initiatives at work, although I do think the psychology behind how the mind processes change extends beyond the office walls. Personally, I have found that examining the ‘interesting’ parts of a change in any area of my life is always a worthwhile (albeit sometimes challenging) exercise.

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