Happiness makes up in height, what it lacks in length. --Robert Frost

Adapting To The Inevitable: Change

First Posted: Dec. 20, 2015, 4:41 p.m. CST
Last Updated: Aug. 14, 2017, 2:44 p.m. CST

Throughout life, we hear so many different ideas and lessons about what it takes to succeed in business and in the home. When you speak to different people, you will hear a multitude of opinions. However, there are still constants, one of them being: change. In order to be a success in our personal and professional lives, we must be able to adapt to change.

Change can create much fear for most people. Even people like myself, a traveling nurse who actually loves and embraces change. But, even though change is scary, it is still inevitable. We MUST be able to adapt, or we'll be left in the dust. An entrepreneur needs to be able to keep up with changing technology, new products and more intelligent competition. A couple in a committed relationship has to realize their partners will grow and mature as time goes by. We live in an everchanging world, and one can't afford to remain the same.

We adapt to change by first embracing it, because it will happen whether we are ready or not. We must also work hard, set solid and realistic goals and help others overcome change in their own lives. If we are willing to give someone a helping hand, there is greater chance they will help us in our time of need.

If we as people refuse to adapt to change, then we will also fail to grow. In my experience, even though most people fear change, they are generally much happier after the fact.

This article was written by Ankit Shukla.

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