Challenge of Change

The challenge of change is only embraced when we believe the control is in our hands. Amazingly enough, reality will show us that we’ll never have control of change. There’s very little we control. We can control how we deal with change, which amounts to every aspect of life.

But let’s be honest, change is hard.

We like the change to be smooth and graceful. A plane leaving the tarmac accelerating into flight is the perfect example of our expectations. From a complete stop to blaring engines launching the plane into the pretty blue skies is our idea of dealing with change. The reality is we’re the little one-year-old learning how to walk.

Embracing change is truly help us evolve to succeed. Hence, why learning how to failing forward is so critical.

Every living object has to deal with the ticking element of time along with changing seasons, circumstances, and events. No one or thing is exempt. We mustn’t think nuances don’t apply to us. The internet and mobile phones are obliterating that notion now.

There is beauty in change. Even though a rose will wilt due to the season and other variations, there’s beauty in its death. The change was inevitable, but a dried rose doesn’t lose its beauty.

Accept that we all must change. Don’t get left behind because you refuse to learn. The challenge of change starts with you. When you accept the challenge, enjoy the ride.

I write this because my business is personal because this service is for the advancement of all humanity. My failures and successes are for your gain. No strings attached.

Nathan A. Webster, MBA

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Author: nathanwebster
From a US Marine to nonprofit executive director, I've been fortunate to do a lot of stuff. My quick history is I’m a brand marketer with a background in social good. In the process of running a small educational nonprofit, I learned the value of storytelling and digital branding. That’s how I got involve in marketing, websites, consulting via my podcast as well, and being an adjunct business professor at the local community college.
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