In my previous post I explained the difference between change and growth: Change is inevitable in life but growth is optional. Change is typically a one-off event, reactionary and physical (leaving a job, moving to a new city etc) whilst growth is more an incremental process. In this post I want to explain how to find out if change is what you need! Read on…
Here’s how to recognize when a change is overdue:
If you’re feeling uneasy, stressed or even experiencing emotional pain than there’s a good chance it’s high time for a change! Now the change that’s needed could be you! Looking for external factors to change (your home, your spouse, your car, your job etc.) may not be the answer. Perhaps some time for reflection and personal growth is what’s really required.
When it comes to change people are sometimes scared of making the wrong choice. The one thing I’ve discovered is that the only thing you have to choose is change, it doesn’t really matter initially how the change manifests itself. Whether it means attending a seminar, re-locating, a change of career, re-discovering your passions, leaving a stale relationship etc; they’re all equally good jumping off points. The change itself isn’t the destination; it’s just a starting point that allows you to forge a new growth path in your life, discover more of your true purpose and reveal more of what life has to offer you (and what you have to offer life). Decide to change and change you will! Decide to grow and life will too!
About Keelan Cunningham
Keelan Cunningham is an entrepreneur, multiple business owner, author, and personal finance/wealth building specialist. Keelan’s passion is helping people improve their business acumen and personal wealth creation strategies, so they can lead a truly wealthy life in all aspects and with any luck similarly transform the lives of others.
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