Challenging change

A passing thought:

Have you ever got to the stage where you want to change, to experience new experiences, but feel that you can’t?

Do you find yourself making a long list of excuses, which never seems to end? Instead of being afraid to face new changes, maybe work on the apprehension you feel, take the plunge and embrace any new challenges and new change.

When we change, we allow ourselves to grow without which we’ll stagnate. Although it takes effort in the longer term, you’ll be glad you did.

17 Sep, 2011

4 thoughts on “Challenging change

  1. I am at the point now after 4 years of retirement, trying to re-enter the working world, which is tough. I have doubts I can do it but I know it is just adjusting to it again after being away.

    Hopefully get the job I really want; working with people with disabilities. I would love to do that again.

    Gave me such purpose and joy and energy. Such a positive experience.

    1. A new challenge and a new change Randy. I believe if given the opportunity and hope that you will be, that you will do well. Good luck.

  2. I’m always looking for change. I’m wanting to change careers but getting to school isn’t possible right now. I always look forward to change.

    I get bored with the same old stuff after years of doing one thing a certain way I want to change it.

    1. Lisa it sounds as though change isn’t usually a challenge for you! When the time’s right I know you’ll work through any new changes.

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