Most people do not welcome change very well. In fact if you’re honestwith yourself most people are terrified of change. Fear of the unknown, will things be better or worse, will you be able to adapt to the change . Will it make your life easier or harder? Better or worse?
All very valid thoughts.
Here’s the thing, if you’re in a situation that you’re not happy with right now, it means you’re too comfortable in that situation, but are you getting frustrated enough to do something about it?
For things to change you have to change. – Jim Rohn Business Philosopher
If you’re comfortable doing your day-to-day routines, then you may find it harder to step out of that circle and into the unknown.
However, if you want to make a difference, to change your life, or to change those you love around you then you have to step up, you have to move out of what is comfortable to you and step into what is uncomfortable. The reality being its only uncomfortable for short awhile.
It is easier to go along with change, to find the positive and the benefits of change rather than to look back on the ‘ what was’.
Progress can only be made by moving forward, moving forward can only be done by creating change and moving out of your comfort zone.
If you remain open, and welcome change, then you will find it easier to receive.
When you fight change, you will build up a resistance to any positives or good that there is in front of you, and you may miss this totally. Now I’m not saying that all changes are for the good, but if we open ourselves to see the positives and the benefits in change it makes it easier to accept and adapt to.
When we put ourselves in a situation where we want to change our lives, most times it is uncomfortable in the beginning. But as we seek guidance, develop our personality and our mindset we begin to see changes happen, and the uncomfortable soon becomes acceptable.
Over time when you adjust to coming out of your comfort zone, and you grow into the level where you are, it makes it easier for you to step out of your comfort zone again. This is called growing, growing into the person you wish to become.