There was a period during my career I thought I was good at controlling change. The problem with trying to control change is, the more you try to control change, the more change will happen to you.

Take, for example, the taxi business. The taxi world shifted significantly with the rise of services like Uber and Lyft. The initial response of taxi companies was to try to control the change. Yet, none of their efforts were effective in stopping the change.

What might be different if you looked at every change as an opportunity? Leadership is responding to what happens around you. Through your leadership, you will know what to do with whatever changes.

When you stop trying to control change, change will stop controlling you.

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