Seeing Change As A Glass Half Full: The Introduction

Happy Sunday! Today I want to talk about Change. Most of the important milestones in life involve change – school, jobs, relationships, births, deaths. Life is filled with crossroads, decisions, surprises all involving change.
For many, change is a scary word.
It evokes fear or uncertainty. Others thrive on change; seeking it out whenever they feel like their lives are too mundane. Whether you love or hate change, you have to face it. The fact is: you will have to deal with change in your life, but how you deal with it is all up to you.
As someone who has been working on changing her life for the past year or so, I have a pretty good handle on what it means to me personally. I definitely have some first hand experience with change. I am going through a lot of change myself. In fact, I am enforcing it on myself these days, encouraging myself to change my life from a negative one to a positive one. As I have been changing myself and my life, I have learnt a lot about change. I have not only been through a lot of changes, but I have learnt a lot about it. As you probably know, change (even the good kind of change) is not always easy, but I have found that we all have the power to control how we react to change.
Yes, we all have the power to interpret change in our own unique ways. And, more importantly, we all have the power to interpret change positively. Each of us has the power to see change (any type of change) as a glass half full.
This week I will be sharing my three-step plan for optimising change in your life; so come back tomorrow when I share Step 1.

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