25.3.19

Be The Best You | Change | Week Thirteen

by Christina Rowsell
@RadioChristina

Change

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Embrace change. We are creatures of habit and we love routine. Things can’t and won’t stay the same. If you’re not open to change, it only makes evolving harder. And in the end, everyone evolves. The longer you deny change the harder it is to move forward.

It’s easy to stay in a comfort zone, however when you initiate change you are also embracing opportunity for growth.  Sometimes when we move onto something new and change our habits we will actually learn lessons from that change that you didn’t even know you wanted for yourself.

Change can also helps you see from a different perspective. This new perspective will help you re-invent and re-evaluate your life and help you see where you need to be.

Being the best you is all about finding the opportunities for growth and change. If it’s hard for you to accept change start small. Don’t overwhelm yourself with too much change all at once. Find one thing that you know you need to change and work towards that. Then celebrate your change and move onto the next thing. In order to be the best you, only you know what needs to change.

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