There are good game changers and not so good game changers. And in life, we need to work with both. By Nancy Friedman
There are good game changers and not so good game changers. And in life, we need to work with both.
Good game changers are normally always welcome. They lift us up – and usually are for the good. We all like good game changers.
The not-so-good game changers are often upsetting, disrupting, and frustrating.
What does this tell us? It’s our attitude that makes the game changer. We all have a choice in our attitude. And if we get a good game changer, it usually makes us feel very good.
But often, there are not-so-good game changers and it’s how we handle the not-so-good game changers that makes the difference.
Life is filled with choices, and when you get a not-so-good game changer, remember it’s how we handle the change that matters. See? The word change is critical. And often not very welcome.
Here’s a sample:
- Good game changer: A new test is being called a game changer because it will allow early detection of up to 50 kinds of cancer based on a simple blood draw in a doctor’s office.
- Not-so-good game changer: They’ve stopped making your favorite brand of something. Anything. You won’t be able to get it anywhere. Ever.
How are you handling it?
You know the old saying: When life hands you a lemon, make lemonade! Remember, it’s not the problem – it’s how we handle the problem.
Nancy Friedman, the founder and chairman of Telephone Doctor Customer Service Training, is a popular keynote customer service speaker at franchise, corporate meetings, and conferences around the country. She is now offering and specializing in VIRTUAL ZOOM programs and her fun WEBINARS. Nancy can be reached at nancyfriedman.com, email her at email@example.com, or call 314-291-1012.