Episode 10: Equipped for Change| A Conversation with Keisha Rivers || Released: March 10, 2021

Change is not a popular concept. It is uncomfortable. Most are resistant to it. In fact, over the course of the last 12 months, you have likely heard many people express the desire to “get back to normal.”

But if 2020 has taught us anything, it is that we need to be prepared, ready and EQUIPPED for Change!

2020 was the epitome of what I call a Chrysalis Experience…a time of great challenge that, if approached properly, results in Transformation and the emerging of a better and greater you.
Change, be it on a grand scale or smaller, is inevitable. And the only way to work change to our advantage is if we engage in the process.

In addition to the COVID-19 pandemic, our nation has undergone many events over the course of the last several years that have served as catalysts for change.

One such event was Hurricane Katrina.
On August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina made landfall as a massive Category 4 hurricane, leaving death, destruction, and devastation in its wake.

My guest today was one of the many impacted by this catastrophic, life-changing event.

Surrounded by the waters of Hurricane Katrina, Keisha Rivers came face-to-face with death, and her life was never the same. This harrowing experience pushed her to do the Deep Work necessary for Transformation and became the catalyst for the work she does today.

Keisha is a successful speaker, change agent and learning leader. As President of The KARS Group LTD, she facilitates successful outcomes by equipping people to embrace, manage, and lead through change. Leveraging her 15+ years of experience in the strategic consulting and organizational development space, she creates opportunities for change, growth, and success with clients in a variety of industries. Keisha hosts a podcast entitled “Mindset 2 Mastery,” has authored several books, the latest entitled “Equipped for Change: Doing the Deep Work of Transformation,” and gives back through her 501c3 nonprofit organization The KARS Institute.

Please join us as we discuss, “Equipped for Change.”

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