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Jun 6, 201711:51 AMMind Your Business

with Corey Chambas

Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes: How getting lost can change you

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We have a foundational document — our “Statement of Beliefs” — which defines our core values and beliefs that we feel are critical to our company’s success. Statement number 26 (there are only 28 total, in case you’re wondering) says, in part: “Recognize that change is inevitable and it is the manner by which we stay ahead of our competitors.”

So as I think about change, my new commitment to myself is that at least one weekend day I will ride a new route. My proclamation is, “Change is good!” If you have the opportunity to create positive change in your organization, do it. If change is happening in your organization don’t fight it, and don’t even just live with it — embrace it!

Organizationally, if your business embraces change it will grow. When change is happening it will feel challenging and you may feel like you’re getting a little lost at times, but that’s what makes it interesting and that’s what stimulates growth for you and your organization. So embrace the opportunity!

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Corey Chambas has over 30 years of business experience. He is the President and CEO of First Business Financial Services, Inc., is chairman of the board of M3 Insurance Solutions, an advisory board member of Aldine Capital Fund, and a member of the board of the United Way of Dane County and the 2018 Campaign Chair.

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