Can You Really Change?

I Believe We Can Change

  Contrary to a widely held belief that people do not change, I submit to you that people do change and often in dramatic, life-altering ways.  I say this with full confidence as I have witnessed it happen time and time again.  Creating positive change in your life is totally possible. You can change yourself and thereby your life.

When you are fully committed to making changes in your life, it will happen.  That commitment, based on a deep desire for growth, is half the journey.  Once you have made that choice, one made with total awareness and a honesty of your present reality, you are free to move forward towards a better or even new you.

The one constant in this universe is change.  Everything that exists is in a state of change. Ask any quantum physicist. As part of the universe, we are part of that cycle of change.  The experiences you have today will impact you in such a way that you will awaken tomorrow changed in some way.  Once you have hit your forties or fifties, the kid you were in your twenties is pretty much gone and a wiser you is standing.

Change is desired on a number of levels. In business we might be looking to be a more effective leader or manager in order to increase productivity.  That might entail changing how we deal with people by improving our motivation and communication skills.  Change might mean a new career, lifestyle or relationship.  It might mean building more confidence and self-esteem or learning how to be less aggressive.

Change involves inner work before the outer work can begin.  That is always the case. As Albert Einstein said, “ The significant problems we face cannot be solved on the same level of thinking we were at when we created them.”

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