19 min

How to Make Change and Transition the Most Important Seasons of Your Life All Groan Up with Paul Angone

    • Self-Improvement

Most of us treat transition and change as something to rush through as quickly as possible to get to the next important seasons of our lives. 
That’s all wrong. 
“Transitions aren’t just a bridge to the next important season of your life. Transitions are the most important seasons of your life.” – 101 Questions You Need to Ask in Your Twenties 
There’s something of strange significance that happens to us when we’re stripped of everything we used to depend on.
Yet, transitions and change can feel like a bad break-up. It can be painful. You can feel lost and lone. 
One day, you think you’ve found The One and you’re planning out your 2.5 kids and your Labradoodle named Mittens.
 Then you get the “we need to talk” phone call. Now, it’s 9:00am in the morning and you’re eating crumbled up Oreos, out of a peanut butter jar, in your pajamas, and watching 23 straight episodes of a 90’s sitcom on Netflix.
In this episode I tell my own epic bad breakup story that you have to hear to believe. 

And more importantly how these hard transitions leads to amazing things in your life, if you’ll let it. 
If you want to read more about the importance of transitions, I write about it in my book 101 Questions You Need to Ask in Your Twenties

Most of us treat transition and change as something to rush through as quickly as possible to get to the next important seasons of our lives. 
That’s all wrong. 
“Transitions aren’t just a bridge to the next important season of your life. Transitions are the most important seasons of your life.” – 101 Questions You Need to Ask in Your Twenties 
There’s something of strange significance that happens to us when we’re stripped of everything we used to depend on.
Yet, transitions and change can feel like a bad break-up. It can be painful. You can feel lost and lone. 
One day, you think you’ve found The One and you’re planning out your 2.5 kids and your Labradoodle named Mittens.
 Then you get the “we need to talk” phone call. Now, it’s 9:00am in the morning and you’re eating crumbled up Oreos, out of a peanut butter jar, in your pajamas, and watching 23 straight episodes of a 90’s sitcom on Netflix.
In this episode I tell my own epic bad breakup story that you have to hear to believe. 

And more importantly how these hard transitions leads to amazing things in your life, if you’ll let it. 
If you want to read more about the importance of transitions, I write about it in my book 101 Questions You Need to Ask in Your Twenties

19 min