Changes, they’re all around us. In our personal lives. And in our day to day lives.
Changes can come small, such as encountering a detour sign on your way to work and having to take a different route.
Or they can be a bit more substantial.
Like your loved one is moving away and you’ll have less contact than before.
Whatever the change may be, you adapt to it. You move on. And if you don’t move on, time moves on. So you, my friend, might as well.
The worst thing a person can do is refuse inevitable change. Or lose their composure in the midst of it.
If you encountered that detour sign and refused to follow it where would you go?
The best way to look at change is to view it as an opportunity to redefine yourself.
Lost your job? You’ll find a better job you’re more passionate about. You can get a job in a different market. You can start your own business. Or go back to school. You have plenty of options. And most importantly, you can learn from your experiences.
You should welcome change and be optimistic about what the future holds.
By resisting change, the stress you create for yourself is unhealthy. And unnecessary.
I urge you to look at the changes you encounter and take them in stride. Look at how you can use them to your advantage. And you will come out of every major change a stronger person than you were before.
Stay Gully my friends.