To Grow You Need To Change

Change can be seen to be a scary thing; we are comfortable with familiarity we all like having things stay the same around us including the same routines, rhythms and daily rituals. If you are not sure you do ask yourself the following questions. The Red Chair

  • What time did you get up this morning?
  • What did you do next?
  • Did you have breakfast?
  • What did you have?
  • Do you have a favourite chair to sit in?
  • What about a favourite café?
  • Do you get annoyed when the supermarket changes its layout?

Let’s face it we like the routine rituals we have established, we find comfort in them.

The most difficult aspect of change is the process in which it happens. It can mean moving on from friends, family and existing support networks, but there can be new and exiting prospects ahead. Often the provision for the next step of the journey is only received after the journey has been started.

It is important to hold onto your values throughout the process of change and if you need to talk it over do so. If you need to find out what your vision is read Unlocking Your Vision.

We all like to be comfortable but to grow we need to change.

Paul S Allen

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About Paul S Allen

Musician (Guitar, Bass, Mandolin); Singer Song Writer; Photographer; Poet; Thinker. I have food allergies so ask when you invite me for dinner. Lumen accipe et imperti. (receive the light and pass it on) Leadership; Strategy; Vision;

Posted on 07/03/2010, in Faith and Personal Development, General, Vision and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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