Big Shifts Don’t Seem to Start with Fanfare

By | February 11th, 2016|Business, Overcoming, Stories|

Big shifts don’t seem to start with fanfare. They seem to start like an earthquake occurring under the ocean that isn’t known until the tsunami that it creates hits the nearby land. They seem to feel the same way. Deep. Uncomfortable. Massive. Without any sign that anything has changed. They seem to stunt and curve everyday conversations. “How are you,” becomes a dreaded question with no correct answer. “Weird,” becomes your best answer. Grins and hugs from the friends who get it become your favourite thing, and open-mouthed, fumbling responses from the ones who don’t become expected. “What are you [...]