Predicting The Difficulty of Change, A Series

The difficulty of change can be predicted – within limits.  In this blog series I will consider factors that may predict where change will be resisted.  Of course, change can fail for many reasons that are very simple – such as lack of a raw material necessary for a change.  I’ll give brief consideration to such factors; yet, these are mostly self-evident.  Alternatively, in the context of LimbicZen the focus is how we as individuals or groups may resist change.  With this focus I’ll consider a variety of factors that predict change difficulty.   We’ll consider some tests to help us know when these factors are present.  We’ll also consider how to approach these issues from a neuroscience perspective.   For more on the opening perspectives go HERE.

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