Change is a Good Thing

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It’s 2022, the start of a new year, and people are obsessed with “Change.”

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.

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?

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, new software or system, or even a change in personnel.

And yes, it’s scary.

But in the end, change ultimately makes things better.

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Executive Recruiter. ✈ #ATL ↔ #SF ✈ Building companies is my favorite. Opinions are my own. Responsibility is freedom. 🖖

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Executive Recruiter. ✈ #ATL ↔ #SF ✈ Building companies is my favorite. Opinions are my own. Responsibility is freedom. 🖖

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