Once you understand that transition begins with letting go of something, you have taken the first step in the task of transition management.
The second step is understanding what comes after the letting go: the neutral zone. This is the psychological no-man’s-land between the old reality and the new one. It is the limbo between the old sense of identity and the new. It is the time when the old way of doing things is gone but the new way doesn’t feel comfortable yet.
Managing Transitions: Making the Most of Change
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