Thoughts about change…

“A wise man changes his mind, a fool never will.”

“It’s helpful to know that change is not a bad thing. In fact, it has the power to challenge and shape you into a more complex and resilient human being that will not only survive the curveballs life throws, but actually thrive despite them! “

“Change allows us to move forward in life and experience new and exciting things. When you don’t actively work on evolving yourself, life can become stagnant. Learning new skills or working on your inner self can bring about changes you never knew were possible.”

9 Reasons to Embrace Change

Change helps you grow. …
Change teaches you flexibility. …
Change teaches you humility. …
Change can bring out your strengths. …
Changes helps you discover new things about yourself. …
Change builds courage. …
Change makes you more understanding. …
Change offers opportunities and new beginnings.

And these thoughts…

To triumph over challenge you must be willing to change. The bigger the challenge, the more profoundly you must transform your actions, your attitude, your habits, your thinking.

Life exists in a state of change. That’s how you know something is a living being, by observing that it changes.

To get what you desire, what you seek, what you need, you must give. That giving involves making changes in the world around you and changes in yourself.

Ask yourself this and be honest in your answer. What elements among your thoughts, perceptions, assumptions, and activities no longer provide positive value?

What things could you replace them with that would be of greater service to you and your world? Often, one small but committed change can ignite your enthusiasm for making even more changes.

Open yourself to change and you’ll connect yourself to a much greater set of positive possibilities. Embrace change, again and again, and you enable yourself to do great things

Published by thetimessite

I’m the founder of Enjoy Weekend Guide. Running multiple businesses has its challenges, yet I love it. I’m also the CEO/Founder of Mountain Creek Coffee, family- owned business. So just a little about me and my endeavors that keep me busy.

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