Embracing change…This is a sore subject for some, and for others, an exciting one. No one likes to talk about it for fear of how people will react. When it comes to change, there are two ways people tend to react. For some, it’s new and exciting. It creates motivation. But for others, it’s scary, it’s unknown, and can be the center of their frustration and despair.
Do you ever feel like people are constantly trying to mess up your routine? Or they’re always asking you to try something different? For those of you who do, you’re probably comfortable where you are. You might have the outlook of, “If it’s not broken, don’t fix it.” You like the way things are, and you don’t want it to change. With change comes the possibility of failure and navigating through the unknown. You hear about a change, and a red flag goes up in your brain and says, “STOP!” So that’s what you do.
But is it possible that rejecting change could be keeping you from becoming even better? Could it be keeping you from greater efficiency? Could it be keeping you from achieving your goals?
“But in the end, change ultimately makes things better.”
George Bernard Shaw once said, “Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.” Change could be easily defined as “converting to something else.” It could be a new procedure, a new reporting structure, a new software or system, or even a change in personnel. And yes, it’s scary. But in the end, change ultimately makes things better. Things probably changed over and over again just to get where they are today. And with new technology and new generations entering the workforce, they’re going to continue to change. (Look at what COVID has done)
But it doesn’t have to be hard.
Here are a few tips to help you personally learn to embrace change:
“Our minds crave novelty and growth, and if you don’t start embracing change, progress will never be possible.”
So, the next time your brain tells you something is different, try looking at it from another perspective. Maybe you don’t have to stop. Maybe you can proceed with caution. Our minds crave novelty and growth, and if you don’t start embracing change, progress will never be possible.
That’s why I wanted to share with you about my Lifestyle Fusion Project. A 12-week coaching program where you will lose 15lbs of bodyfat or more, get one on one coaching in your own private training sessions, and learn about habit-based nutrition and how to apply it into your life.
When making changes in your life, you want lasting results that you can continue to expand on. Together we eliminate the all or nothing mindset, we learn that “slow and steady wins the race” mentality and we put this into practice. We coach small, directed, intentional, and disciplined steps that will get you amazing results you have been searching to lose weight and keeping it off.
Having support, guidance, and accountability, even online, can and will make all the difference in the world.
So, if you’ve found yourself struggling through the years or starting and stopping repeatedly, it’s even more of a reason for you to find a more powerful way for you to commit to yourself and your health.
If you need support getting started or staying on track, just CLICK HERE and I will get right back to you!
To Your Success in getting started,
Kipp – KALFIT Coach & Mentor
Let's have a real conversation about how you can create intention and take action and move forward for the final time, so you never have to start over again.