1.Recognizing a significant problem
2.Confronting it intensely
3.Finding a solution,
4.integrating a new perspective and a new set of assumptions into your life pattern.
Recognizing a significant problem basically is saying I need a better job so you get a better education to obtain that job. Or one that shops too much recognizes they don’t have money to pay bills because they shop too much. Confronting it intensely means to me once one has recognized the issues now you must face the fact you have a problem with all seriousness. Once one has achieved and confronted the problem next come finding a solution. For example the one who shops too much at this point now they must see a financial planner or come up with their own financial budget. Now comes the point of integrating a new perspective and a new set of assumptions into their life pattern. Now that she has came up with a budget now she has to implement into her life and make it work for her to achieve maximum financial goals.
In my own experience of transformational change we’ll use my life from 18 to now. When I was young I had no direction in life I just wanted to do something not even knowing what. As I joined the Army I still didn’t have too much of an idea of what I wanted to do in life. I was just there because it paid the bills at first and gave me a place to live. I recognized that I still had a problem of not knowing what I wanted to do with my life. It was until I was in Iraq and I had to confront the fact that I didn’t want to always put my life in danger to make a living and support my family so I started planning intensely on finding a solution to my problem. As you now in life there are no easy fixes so I ended up going back to Iraq 4 more times before I came up with a solution. The solution I found was early retirement with all benefits go back to school to get my business degree. So now I had to integrate my new perceptive into my life plans. I put all my plans