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The Environment for Change

Last week, I told you that change is painful. It’s hard to move from where you are to where you want to be.

Most of us try to make change happen by ourselves and in a vacuum. It doesn’t happen that way. We must create an environment for change. However, most of us don’t know what it takes to create an environment for change.

Today, I want to provide you my five steps to creating the environment for change.

Check out this brief video..

I hope you put these five steps into action immediately. I want you to become the leader that you desire. I want you to be the change that you wish to see in the world. I want to help you create the environment for change.

You can do it. Let’s do it together!

Anton

PS: Check out this excellent list of Four Books that Changed Leaders Lives and their Businesses: https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/286920

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