Change Overload: 5 Simple Coping Strategies

Master the change around you with some healthy new habits. 

By Sandi Leyva
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This busy season brought with it massive changes in tax laws, form layouts, technology, and client confusion. If all this change seems to be a bit much, you’re not alone.

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Handling change requires extra energy and resources that our brains would rather not use, causing a struggle within ourselves.

As you move from the April 15th deadline to working on your pile of extensions, here are some tips to reduce the feeling of overwhelm and better manage your energy and productivity.

Everyone is different when it comes to the amount of change they can tolerate. Use these five tips to help you master the change around you.