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Getting Feedback: Step 4 of the Process to Making Changes that Stick

You’ve decided.

You’re making a change.

This time, things are going to be different.

You’ve researched your plan. You know what you’re going to do.

You start.

You take action. (because you’re serious this time)

But then…

You start to have doubts. You think “Am I doing this right?”

You feel kind of lonely. You don’t have anyone who can relate to what you’re going through.

But, you don’t know who to ask. You don’t know who to turn to.

Friend, welcome to the last phase of the Process to Make Changes that Stick.

Step 4: Get Feedback

The need to get some perspective on the work you’re doing to make a change really is critical if the goal is to make it stick. All the feelings you’ll experience during this step are perfectly normal but knowing what step you’re in (along with which step is most likely to trip you up) will help you get ahead of it, making your change effort all the more manageable.

Check out the video below for the full discussion on this step of the process where we discuss the following:

  • how to be coachable

  • how the process is rarely straight or linear

  • who to ask for help

  • why a feedback loop is so important when making changes

As we come to the end of this discussion on change, I’d love to hear what you’re working on and what a-ha moments you realized as we went through each step. Knowing yourself is key to bettering yourself. Don’t forget to join us in The Groove Seekers Community and share your story!

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