THE COACHED PODCAST
Get Coached on the call-in podcast designed for YOU! Sometimes you just want to ask someone for solid advice. Each week, Coach Keren Eldad, world class personal and executive coach will answer your questions on any pressing issue affecting you. You get coached through individual challenges around money, success, relationships, love, parenting, politics, personal development and more. COACHED provides you counsel and support in creating the results you really want in your life. You’ll also get inspired by people just like you telling their stories of how they overcame similar obstacles and got to the other side to live life with enthusiasm!
This episode of the Coached podcast is about the pain and glory involved in embracing change – for anyone who is currently going through a life transition, a company transition and even a major event, such as the loss of a loved one. Answering a caller who asks how to move through grief as we grow out of an old identity, Coach Keren explains why it’s so hard, what the four specific costs are to change that hold us “hostage,” and gives you actionable tips so that you can always surmount these challenges immediately.
IN THIS EPISODE:
- [01:30] The pain of change is many times the pain of the shedding of an old identity.
- [03:30] Change is frightening, mainly because it means uncertainty – and uncertainty is the hardest pain for humans to endure. Here’s why.
- [05:40] Another challenge? Many times, the people around you will judge you for changing.
- [09:50] There is actual hardship in going through something new – but it’s not what you think.
- [11:50] Though the loss of identity may have kept you from taking a big leap, you can overcome this limit into the broadest realms yet in your life. We will show you how.
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