I’ve been thinking about change and how as human beings some of us thrill to it and others don’t. Some find it energising. Others find it exhausting.

Some like to write new scripts for, and in, our work lives. Others are dubious about the desirability or the need for change. Some, too, tear up the script and go with the flow

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