New work processes had to be learned, deadlines were looming, and it all seemed to be taking forever to learn all this new work. But who was really stressing the most over this? Me – not the management. They had been very quick to point out that they knew the new team I was part of would take some time to learn things and they were very laid back and supportive about it all. So what was the point of me stressing if they weren’t? So I lightened up, relaxed, took my time and the flow kicked in.
So really, any movie we are starring in and any new role we take on can be as happy or unhappy, peaceful or fearful, calm or anxious as we want it to be. If we have learned how to handle similar situations in the past it’s really a matter of remembering what and how we did that in the new situations. Then all we need do is practically apply all these amazing lessons so we don’t have to painfully go through them all again.
And the other exciting thing is, if we haven’t yet mastered the art of coping with change and starring in a new movie, we can learn!