Change is Fuel for the Driven

Change is power. Any kind of change is a formidable challenge for most people.

In our daily world, especially in this hectic instant access global culture where technology changes by the minute and you have to be adapting constantly. We are being pulled in diverse directions and the older we get the less elastic we become. We get in the habit of doing things a certain way and become less tolerant to external demands to alter our lifestyle. Modifying learned responses to habitual routine tasks often causes stress and anxiety.

However, when the good Lord provides us the opportunity to change our lifestyle, he not only gives us the power to do so, but the result is a much more powerful person! Some people say they need to change but avoid necessary action because they’re consumed with fear of failure of the unknown. The two factors that derail people from reaching their full potential.

It all starts in your mind. If you think you can change, then you can and if you think you can’t, then you cannot. One thing we must remember is that change is inevitable in life. So why avoid the inevitable? When we embrace change and understand that it is necessary in terms of reaching our full potential, then we can look forward to change because it means that we are growing more powerful in terms of our mindset and overall lasting legacy. The key is to remain conscious of change. A lot of us go through life and are hit in the face with change as a surprise. However, if we remain conscious and aware of its inevitability, we can prepare ourselves to embrace and thrive once it comes. Life without change is stagnant and limited. For some this may be OK however, for those who are driven to make a difference, change is our fuel and it gives us power over our lives.

Published by Zachary Paul Hoffman

I am a former professional athlete, tri-lingual, Italian/American duel-citizen and aspiring modern-day leadership development expert.

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