Can You Tell When a Change is About to Occur? How to Recognize Your Signs

Hello! Thanks for popping into #theampersandproject Day 3. If you missed the past two days, no worries! You can catch up by starting here and then listening here.

So #realtalk: I'm feeling anxious about sharing today's 5-minute clip because if I'm being honest, it's not my favorite. And the reason I feel that way is because I didn't feel like I had my idea totally fleshed out or that I didn't have this magical take away in mind when I hit record. (I'm aware that that's totally my perfectionist gremlin rearing its ugly head.) But part of this project is meant to stretch me and get me out of my comfort zone. Is every day going to be a raving success? Absolutely not. But there's a reason I had the idea in the first place, so, to honor yesterday's talk about using ideas when they come to you (and not hoard them for later), I'm just going to go with it.

Today, I'm discussing the ways we can tell that a change is about to occur or that we're ready for a change. Humans are really fascinating, aren't we? Our bodies and our minds seemingly anticipate things yet to come. Take a listen and have a great weekend! 

"A woman who cuts her hair is about to change her life." - Coco Chanel

Over to you: How does the anticipation of change manifest in your life? What does it look like? Feel like?