“I love change,“ said Monk, the obsessive, compulsive
detective of television, “I just don’t want to around when it
happens.”

This is a very accurate way people feel about change. The
automobile eventually replaced the horse once people
overcame the fear of sitting in a mechanical vehicle. ATMs
gained acceptance after proving themselves to be
acceptable. Direct deposit, once feared, has become the
main way people are paid. All of these were originally feared
but once experienced, the change was appreciated.

Instead of focusing on the change, the key to rolling out
change is to clearly connect people to a clear vision of life
after change.

This is an excerpt from Laughing to Leadership by Rick
Weaver and is used with permission.

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