Our lives are dependent on our income
to support the self and relationships we give as priority.
Inside, outside, dirty or clean, the machine is the same and must be oiled. A career is a life choice whether you change your choice a million times. Some of us thrive with constant change, others prefer the slow steady method. Change is inevitable. What I’ve noticed about change, it can make or break you. Change brings with it uncertainty and risk. Change can be uncomfortable or exciting. Change is a mindset of characteristics to be embraced or feared, but that is it… the choice to change, to choose how one will embrace the change.
FORCES OF CHANGE
Change in the negative form derives through a negative experience, perhaps at no fault of the individual and where fear in change can result in a negative perception of the change. Put in context, the mindset is all that a person’s conceptualization needs to change the reference of the experience from negative to positive. A simple thought, which can be formulated repeatedly like a tape in the mind, meditating on the positive outcome, rather than the negative relationship of the situation.
Do not ruminate, but rather repeat the power of positive thoughts, like “Let it go, it’s just a thing.”
The external forces also need to be set up for successful transition into a positive mindset. Face your desk to the brightest window. White curtains veil you from onlookers, but allow translucent light to shine. I personally created a brighter indoor immediate atmosphere to quell a dampening negative “mood” which has pulled me through unexpected change. Brighten your environment. One way to get light in your immediate setting is a “Sunbox”. The short term investment is worth a million positive changes in your attitude.
I lost my job, I stole money, I broke something, I didn’t pay attention, I was assaulted, my family broke up, my loved one got sick, our house was destroyed, work went out of business, the economy is bad, the job market sucks.
There are millions of reasons for change. The most important thing about living, is “WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO ABOUT IT?”