Monday, 6 September 2010

Why do we need to change?

This is the third in a series of posts about change.

Sometimes we want to change. Perhaps there is something that you don’t like about yourself and are seeking an opportunity to do something about it. You might actually like who and what you are but are seeking continuous improvement and in doing so see a need to change.

Sometimes we resist change; perhaps change is being forced on you at work. In recent times employers are dictating that change is essential for their businesses to operate. As an employee it can be difficult to keep up.

It could be that someone you are connected to is seeking change, forcing a change directly on you. Major life events such as marriage or loss of a loved one envokes change.

It’s how we deal with that change that matters.

To keep ahead it’s critical that we continue to develop as a person and change. Change, however can bring many emotions, it can be exciting or terrifying, fun or confusing.

I hope that some of my upcoming blog posts will help you to cope with whatever aspect of change you are facing, understand your inner feelings and help you to deal positively with these.

1 comment:

  1. you know what i really dislike about changes? they make me feel left-out and lonely. there are always people who seem to enjoy changes and who know exactly what to do and really enjoy themselves. and when i have a question, everyone is just too busy coping with the change themselves.

    luckly this doesnt apply to all changes, but it really did make me hate anything related to a change.