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Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Change


As ironic as it may sound, if there is one thing I would definately love to change about myself, it is my reluctance to change. For as long as I can remember, I have always been afraid of any kind of change - major or otherwise and I have managed to continuously side-step it every possible chance I have gotten.


Most recently; however, I have found myself in yet another situation involving change. My employer has decided they need to utilize me in another department. This will be my fifth transition into a different job position in the six years I have been working for this particular company.


I started out as a Claim Support Specialist in the Auto Dept. and within a year I had been promoted to Claims Auto Dispatcher. About six months later, that position was centralized to Buffalo, N.Y. and I then ended up taking Clerical & Medical Specialist positions in the Workers' Compensation Dept., where I have been working for the past 4 1/2 years. Now I am about to embark on yet another Claim Support position - this time working under the company's Operations Manager.


In our Country's present state of economy, mind you, I have decided to think of this change as a positive opportunity. After all, the God and Goddess have always had a good reason for the many changes they have brought into my life. So, why should I look upon this particular experience any differently? As I've said before, I believe everything happens for a reason and I really do. So far, every single change in my life has led me to something I needed to learn or somewhere I needed to be. And so, I move forward in faith - waiting to see where life takes me next.

2 comments:

  1. There is a saying that goes : "change is inevitable growth is optional". You are right to think of change as a positive thing. I try to look at every change like this as an opportunity to be closer to the person I really want to be. You will learn new things, meet new people. It's all good, hon! You will rock it!

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  2. I, too, don't do very well with change, but through all the changes I've gone through in my life, it's always been for the best . . . in hind site.

    With your positive attitude, you'll do well in your new position and I wish you all the best!

    Blessed Be,
    Tereza

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