Change is the only constant in life.
The Greek philosopher Heraclitus, said, “Change is the only constant in life.” I guess I wasn’t the first one to say it, yet this mindset is still relevant today.
We know that life is putting us through the paces and offering what seems to be daily challenges. Today, I would like to encourage you to not just embrace these changes, but to embrace the challenges in life as an opportunity for growth, an opportunity to gain emotional strength, and an opportunity to become the person you are meant to be.
Maybe you feel like the difficulties that are presented to you are too great of an obstacle. Perhaps you feel different, closed off from relationships that you wished would be better, or anxious about the goals and dreams you think you’ll never reach because of broader societal challenges. Perhaps you look at others who seem to radiate confidence during such an unsettled time, and wonder why you can’t have that, too.
Everyone of us has our own version of a challenge, or even demand, where we change direction and wake up to who we are supposed to be. What challenges or demands are you facing that are inviting you to be more than you are right now?
Please remember that you don’t have to be or feel stuck. There is a way to become the person you most desire to be, and it starts with the intention to change despite life’s challenges. With consistent focus, you can experience rapid progress as you transform your life into one you love.
This weeks action step:
MY LINKEDIN LEARNING COURSE
If you know people having a hard time facing the multiple changes, disruptions and losses occurring right now, please check out the course I taught, and is now permanently available on LinkedIn Learning, “Dealing with Grief, Loss, and Change as an Employee“!
Though it’s entitled for employees, the content in the course fits for everyone regardless of employment. As with all of my work, please feel free to share this course and related podcasts and interviews with those you believe can be helped by them.
Sending my best,
Dr. Joan Rosenberg
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