You hear this daily. Either a parent telling it to his/her child, or some confused guy mumbling to himself to change. Nothing changed of course… and we’ve seen that many times.
What’s going on?
What’s the problem…nobody knows the word or what?
No, I think everyone knows the word. In any language for that matter.
What most don’t know is – What it is to change
More seriously, many don’t know that they don’t know.
Making it more complexed, people who ask others to change do not provide the solution, and they don’t know how either!
That’s the big picture out there.
That word sounds just like the tinklings of some lose change in the pocket for most people.
People lack the data, which I always say is the magic to all things, without which nothing materializes.
Primo – Change will take its course when something/anything stops working. To continue, a change needs to happen either in the way to make it work again, or else change (replace) it with something else.
This form of change is straightforward as it’s visible and ‘tangible’, hence its only a matter of choice in the method.
Secundo – This’ more challenging to the point of backbreaking as its about human traits. Smoking, alcoholism, ill-temperament, procrastination, compulsive gambling, drug addiction and so on.
The biggest challenge here is the acknowledgement from the Self itself. Denial is the main obstacle. Don’t we know it.
Change is a verb, hence initiation is the trigger point. Once initiated the process starts. One thing for sure it can’t be forced upon for it to be of any meaning at all. So all the telling doesn’t work. Initiation is within not without. Something we all need to recognize.
Its a freewill choice.
Most people do not operate in world-class environments. If this is new for you, no sweat.
When a change is initiated, start small. If you want lasting change, you need to do things differently.
The way to achieve massive success is to create an environment that ‘forces’ you to be successful.
“To get different results, you’re going to have to do things differently.” – Darren Hardy
To have something you never had, you have to do something you’ve never done.
I’m no philosopher, psychologist, psychoanalyst, doctor, motivator or any of that mental stuff science.
It took many years to build your habits; it’s going to take a long time to learn how to let them go.
I am a master of change with a degree from UHK (the university of hard knocks).
Its one bloody tough and expensive course let me tell you.
Don’t enroll if you can’t afford it.
I’m proud to say that it was worth every penny and with some loose change left in my hand.
Originally posted @ Steemit