Philosophizing. I changed yesterday.
There is only one thing that changes your life. Only one: Something new enters.
For some of us, this may mean a crisis, such as a pandemic, recession, illness, death of a loved one, divorce, loss of a job.
For others, it means a new relationship, a new job, a new business opportunity, a new group of friends, a new hobby, a new coach.
For most of us, these things happen almost by accident.
We call it fate, karma, serendipity, coincidence, luck.
But luck does not shower onto us like rain.
We are like dynamos, and we generate luck, opportunity, serendipity, karma, and even coincidences.
Yesterday, I changed a peer group and started working with a new coach.
Losing the peer group and my previous coach was hard. Not easy at all.
Way too often we stay in a relationship for far longer than we should.
We stay in a job way beyond our capabilities.
We hold on to believes that have not served us any longer for such a long time.
When was the last time you changed the most?
I bet you it was after you have made a major decision that changed your life for better or worse.
How many of those decisions can you make? And how often?
Make one today and share it with me here for extra support.