Rebirthofthe Eagle

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R&A Consulting Co.'s CHAMGE MANAGEMENT Presentation. MOTIVATIONAL and True.

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The Re-birth of the Eagle

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The Eagle has the longest life-span of its species

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The Eagle can live up to 70 years. However to reach this age, the Eagle must make a hard decision

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In its 40's CHANGES in the Eagle begin to manifest itself. The Eagle's long and flexible talons can no longer catch prey which serves as food

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Its long sharp beak becomes bent

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Because of its age-old thick feathers, the Eagle's wings becomes heavy and begin to get stuck to its chest making it difficult to fly.

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Then, the eagle is left with only two options: die or go through a painful process of CHANGE which lasts 150 days.

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The process requires the Eagle to fly to a mountain top and sit on a nest

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There the Eagle knock its beak against a rock until the old beak is plucked out

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After plucking the old beak out, the Eagle waits for a new beak to grow then the Eagle plucks out its talons

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When the new talons grows back, the Eagle starts plucking its age-old feathers

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Then after 150 days the eagle takes its famous flight of RE-BIRTH and lives for another . . . 3o years

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Why CHANGE? CHANGE is needed to SURVIVE to EXIST to LIVE.

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Man can learn from the story of the Eagle . . . if we want to There is a need to get rid of old habits, traditions and even memories that hinders us in hitting our goals and objectives; In attaining SUCCESS. When we let go of the past we can take advantage of the present and be able to clearly see the future Do not resist CHANGE

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“To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often” Change Management Brought to you by: - Winston Churchill

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