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Healthy Bits and Bites with Ariane de Bonvoisin

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Ariane de Bonvoisin, author of The first 30 days, chief change optimist, tv/radio personality and mentor joins me on Healthy Bits and Bites to discuss embracing and accepting change in our lives. Ariane's Story: Every person I've seen go through a change goes through a similar set of emotions — they are stressed, feel alone and unsure where to start and what information to trust. And when I searched for a company dedicated to helping people through change, I came up empty. I made it my mission to ensure everyone had a place to go during times of change that would help them make change easier. Any change, big, small, personal, professional and even changes that can help change the world. So why focus on the first thirty days? Despite the change — be it unpredictable or self-propelled — the first few days and weeks are often the hardest, most emotional time. It's when we have the most questions, emotions, doubts and fears, and when decisions need to be made. This is also the time when we are most in need of direction, information and support. Thirty days is enough to get started in the right way, to share with you what makes change easier and why some people get through change better than others. I believe anyone can change. I believe there is always something good that will come from a change, even if you can't see it right now. I believe that when we stop resisting the changes we are going through and simply embrace them, we realize that life is on our side. I believe that we all have a part of ourselves that doesn't change — and, when we find that part within us, whatever change we are going through on the outside becomes easier. For more information on Ariane please visit her blog www.first30days.com

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