Don't Choose Your Own Pace of Change
Some people fully intend to accept change, they just want to adapt according to their own schedule.
These folks cooperate . . . up to a point. They really don’t mean to resist change, but they do want to stay in their comfort zone. Their plan is to minimize stress by “pacing themselves.”
This behavior is based on several faulty assumptions.
First of all, let’s examine the mistake that comes in assuming we’ll feel less stress if we move slowly to change. Sure, we might—but. . .