At what point do you stop embracing change?
● Nothing lasts forever so change is inevitable
● Change is learned and embraced with education and experience
● Change requires that you learn to let go
However, even though change may occur due to a negative event or experience, I truly believe it inevitably leads to something positive.
So when do you stop facing outward, moving forward and embracing change? Is it…
► a natural result of exhaustion or the aging process?
► when you have run out of questions?
► when all the passion for public service is worn out?
►when the adventure is no longer fun?
Or is it simply:
►A reaction to a rough and tumble world?
In reality, it is likely all of these reasons and a few more. However, I think the most compelling reason we stop embracing change is we simply lose our courage to go where no woman has gone before, or if you prefer, we can no longer tolerate ‘no’.
Whatever your tipping point on change, I hope you have a great day full of fun, challenges and loads of yeses.
Kitty Pope #4 January 2014