Life After Retrenchment
Reframe your beliefs
Accept the fact that your services are not required by your current employer. It is natural to feel shocked and angered by this, but sooner or later, you will have to move on.
You are afraid to step out of your comfort zone to experience new growth. You are not alone. Many people don’t bother to stretch themselves. They remain somewhat contented in this zone as they are complacent, safe and sound.
Your comfort zone is dictated by change. The harder you fight change and resist its force, the more difficult it is to break through and move forward.
Begin with embracing small changes incrementally and adapting to the new environment. Then you can move on. A tree grows a small bit at a time, adding layers to its foundation for greater strength and stability in the future. Be like the tree and grow daily.
Technology and ways of doing business are evolving every day. Sooner or later, you will be left behind if you do not act. Playing it safe is usually not an option. You must continue to learn or risk falling behind.
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You really found a way to make this whole process easier.