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4 Tips on How to Embrace Change

4 tips how to embrace change

Look around you, everything is constantly changing – your body, friends, family, culture, policies, society, technology, weather, etc. For some, the idea of change is terrifying for it usually involves risk and loss, possibly of something big and someone that really matters to you like your house, job, friends, family etc.

In order to live your life, the best way, you need to be open-minded, accept and embrace change. Change is inevitable, do not resist it. That way, life gets easier. So here are a few tips on how to deal with change and how to embrace it:

Positive response

We all have personal issues and events in our lives that may make or break you. It is your response to that event and not the event itself that determines the outcome of your experience.

You can’t change the events that already happened or will happen. There are things you can’t control. You can’t stop the rate of technological change happening in the world. The internet, smartphones, Uber, Amazon, banks, Bitcoin and social media platforms like facebook, twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram are some of the changes we witnessed and have happened. Global warming, floods, droughts, earthquakes, massive layoffs, mass shootings, terrorist attacks, cyber attacks, and the rise of nationalism and populist leaders are all events that represent change.

There’s nothing much we can do about these events. But you can change your response to them and ensure that the end result and the outcome are as positive as possible. Let’s say you lose your job. You can either blame yourself for not being good enough while lying in your couch mindlessly watching tv or choose to use your free time in developing new skills and expertise. Things happened for a reason, there is a gift in it. You will always have control over how you choose to respond to things and events.

“Every negative event contains the seed of an equal or greater benefit.” – Napoleon Hill

Positive outcome

Your mind is very powerful. Believe that it is possible to create positive outcomes no matter what change is happening around you. Always believe that what you want is possible. It is true that most of our beliefs were fed to us when we were children but you have the power to choose to believe a more empowering belief simply by choosing it. You can do this with so many available new techniques like EFT, Sedona Method, Heart Freedom Method and the like. So, when you find yourself faced with a big change that makes you feel overwhelmed or scary, stop and take the time to imagine the best possible outcome that could result from that change – and then simply choose to believe that you have what it takes to make that vision a reality.
Because you do!


“Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.” – Napoleon Hill

Act it

Always see yourself as a survivor, a kind of person who can easily and successfully adapt to any kind of change and then act it. The way you walk, talk, dress, thoughts you think and how you interact with other people. Ask yourself, “What kind of person do I need to be in order to achieve the best possible outcome?” What thoughts do I need to think? What pictures do I need to visualize? How do I need to behave and what do I need to do? And then start showing up as that person now.

Face your fears

Allow yourself to acknowledge and experience whatever fears show up along the way, and then take actions on it. It is scary when we you are faced with big changes and you need to a big leap into the unknown. But entering into unknown territory doesn’t mean that it’s bad. It could be the best thing that’s ever happened to you. And if you approach it as such, you greatly increase the likelihood that it will be the best thing that’s ever happened to you. Allow yourself to feel the fear and don’t let it stop you. Take one small step after another into the unknown and you will be surprised at how quickly the path forward will become clear to you, and entirely achievable.

“Change is the only constant in life.” – Heraclitus

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