Endings are a part of life, and we are actually wired to execute them. In our personal and professional lives, there are times when reality dictates we must stand up and "end" something. Either its time has passed, its season is over, or worse, continuing it would be destructive in some way. All too often, with clear evidence staring us in the face, we find it difficult to pull the trigger. Why?
--- Dr. Henry Cloud
Join us as Troy Simpson discusses how to embrace change and transition in a healthy way. During this session, he will discuss how to:
1. Understand areas in our lives that should come to an end for healthy reasons.
2. Embrace the seasons of life and how to honestly assess personal areas of growth.
3. Articulate to others the importance of the changes you seek.
About Troy Simpson:
Troy is the Vice President of Member Services for Mid-Carolina Electric. He currently serves as a board member for the Lexington Interfaith Community Services (LICS), Lexington Chamber of Commerce, Saluda Economic Development, and President of Furman Young Alumni Board.
Troy and his wife Dell have three teenagers, Mary Hannah, John Robert, and Grace Ann. He and his family love to camp, travel, serve together in mission work, and generally do anything outside.