Friday 4th August 2017
Change can be very difficult when you’re forced into coming to terms with it. Becaus it means that we are having to come out of our “Comfort Zone”. The more change we need to make, the more difficult it is to face up to. No one likes to change, we’ve possibly been cosseted in our life one way or another for most of the time. It has more than likely come from the time we were in our mother’s womb for 9 months, to the time we went to our first school and then when we went into our BIG School! In diverse ways, it’s been in us as we’ve grown up, it’s all been change. In some ways, all the above have something to do with it.
There is no one right way to manage change, and there are also many perspectives on it. Some will work for some people and situations, others will fit at other times and in various places. The more you can understand change, and how it has been perceived and explained by others, the easier it will be to find your own way of managing it. So, as we become more and more motivated, we should look more deeply into our present situation then say to ourselves, “Ok, so I’m here now. How should I get out of it?” We shouldn’t, under any circumstances dwell on the problems we’re facing. The problems already exist; we can’t do anything about them. However, we need to concentrate on finding a solution. The choice is always down to us.