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Right smack in the middle of the Neutral Zone, you start to get the feeling that you’re floating helplessly. Things are up in the air and you have no idea where they’re doing. It’s the most distressing part of the Neutral Zone because you have nothing solid to hold onto or check in with.
Everything is in flux. And not just the things that you just worked so hard to change. Each area of your life is rippling with the change that you’ve made. You start avoiding some people because they keep asking you about work. Since you haven’t heard back from that client in over a week, the last thing you want to talk about is work. You break down and cry when you look at your bank account.