Why You Should Keep On Changing?

When you’re through changing, you’re through. Most people stop growing in life because they’re unwilling to make changes.

All mankind is divided into three classes: (1) those who are unchangeable, (2) those who are changeable and (3) those who cause change.   Change is always hardest for the man who is in a rut, for he has scaled down his living to what he can handle comfortably and welcomes no change or challenge that would fit him up ” – C. Neil Strait.

If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging. When things go wrong- don’t go with them. Stubbornness and unwillingness to change is the strategy of fools.

“He that will not apply new remedies must expect new evils” observed Francis Bacon. Playing it safe os probably the most unsafe thing inthe world.

You cannot stand still. You must move forward amd be open to those adjustments that improve you. The most unhappy people are those who fear change.

You’ve got to be open to change because every time you think you’re ready from the school of experience, somebody thonks up a new course. Decide to be willing to experience change.

Change but don’t stop. Happy is the person who can adjust to a set of circumstances without surrendering his convictions. Open your arms to change, but don’t let go your values.

The majority of people meet with failure because of a lack of persistence in developing new ideas and plans to take place of those which failed. Your growth depends on your willingness to experience change.

You are custom-built for chang. You’re not a rock. At any point, at any age, any of us can change. Don’t let the “way you’ve already done it” keep you from today’s opportunity. When you refuse to change, you end up in chains!!!!!.
Culled from ‘know your limits- then ignore them’ by John mason.
Make 2017 worth it by first learning to change, tell yourself the truth, and make those changes.


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