Replying to LO24640 --
>People don't resist change as such, they resist doing what they think is
I have formed the belief, that not all suggested changes will improve my
situation. But I guess this is not a belief in your sense, it is a certain
expectation which makes me cautious.
Often it is not difficult to see how the change would improve the
situation for the inventor. Fortunately, I did not form the belief, that I
will lose whenever someone is going to win. This one would need to be
I see resistance to proposed changes as follows:
- I don't see the improvement
- I see negative side effects (Yes, but...)
- I see obstacles on the route of implementing the improvement (Other
type of Yes but...)
This is not 'resistance to change' in my eyes, but constructive criticism.
P.S.: Morty, I really enjoyed reading your book!
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