7 Signs It’s Time to Update Your Personal BrandGwen Witherspoon
You resist change.
Change is hard. For everyone. Our routines are comforting. They provide a sense of security, even if the habits are self-destructive. Australian World Leader, Peter Daniels, infamously said that “success is the willingness to bear pain”. I decided years ago when I heard this truth that I wanted to choose pain that produces, rather than pain that destroys. Change is happening to us every day, every moment as time passes. Sometimes it’s out of our control and comes in the form of tragedy. At other times, it can be delivered to our doorstep by someone else. Quite often, it’s our failure to act. Whatever the cause, learning to embrace change will lead to a better life.
Is it time?
Whether it’s how you look, how you feel, or what you do, a better life is available. It will require that you simply verbalize what that is for you, face your fears to try again, pursue it from a position of faith, and embrace change. Expect it to hurt. They don’t call them “growing pains” for nothing. Nonetheless, you will come through the process feeling stronger, more capable, and ready to face anything. Take inventory of the resources you have available to help you, and start there…maybe consider finding a Coach. (I know a really good one.) Think about it, even Michael Jordan needed a coach. No matter how capable, experienced, or talented, we all need the support, accountability, and encouragement to become the best version of ourselves. A better life awaits![/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]