You know it will happen yet you cannot prepare for it. It occurs daily, hourly, in fact it happens every second. Throughout your day you experience this and throughout your life it will continue to transpire.
This is perhaps the one thing, no matter how hard you try, you cannot avoid. What I am talking about is change. Change is inevitable.
Step 1: Change the way you look at change.
Change brings about new opportunities for you to grow and learn. While many of us have accepted that change will happen in our lives, countless others struggle to adjust. Stay away from and do your best not to join nor create a group of whiners, complainers and antisolutionists. Yup, I totally made up that word but here’s what it means: An antisolutionist is one who always finds fault with change and never offers up any solutions.
If you are a guilty of being an antisolutionist, there’s hope. Your primary goal should be to maintain an understanding and accept the fact that change must and will happen and it can potentially be a good thing. How you respond to change is more important than the change itself.
Think about a time when change was necessary. A good example is a failed relationship or a negative work environment. Many people choose to stay where they are because they are comfortable. Being comfortable is not something someone who wants to be successful subscribes to. Being successful means you have to learn how to roll with the punches and adjust accordingly. When you inevitably face change, adjust your strategy in order to win.
Remember, the only thing that is constant is change.
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