If we don't change what isn't working in our lives, we will continually have the same day over and over again.
We have all had the experience of realizing that something in our lives is not working. This awareness comes as a sudden realization or a nagging feeling of doubt that grows stronger, waking us up to the fact that something needs to change. Some people have a tendency to act rashly and make sweeping changes before even understanding what the problem is. Other people fear change, so they live with the uncomfortable awareness that something needs to shift but don't anything about it. Between these two extremes lies a middle way that can help move through what isn’t working in our lives.
The first step is remembering that your life is made up of parts that belong to an interconnected whole. Changing one thing can change everything. Because of this, small changes often have a big effect. Sometimes bigger changes are necessary, but the only way to know for sure is to take the time to really understand the problem. The next step is to figure out the adjustment you would like to make and how you can go about making this change. If you are unhappy with a work relationship, you may want to discuss this problem with your manager or a coworker. Writing down the truth can also be a powerful catalyst for change.
The key to making changes that work is to accept the necessity of change as part of life. As we change, we may find it necessary to fine-tune our relationships, work and details in our lives. Our lives, after all, are living, breathing entities that reflect our dynamic selves.