Continuous improvement

Continuous improvement

I have a lot of things I need to work on for the sake of those around me who I care about and for myself.

The funny thing is that I’m saying this in the full knowledge that I have bad habit of adjusting myself to suit others which I need to stop doing. That being said, I think we should all strive to be the best we can be, and in this case it aligns with working on things within myself and my interactions with others.

I change all-too-easily for others and I have to stop doing that. However, I need to change in ways that matter. I need more tact, wisdom, care, independence, discipline and a greater sense of peace.

I do love and accept myself the way that I am, I have a sense of peace that I’m where I’m meant to be right now – but I also see who I can be and that is something worth striving for, it’s an exciting prospect! There’s nothing wrong with having both those attitudes simultaneously, even if it makes me sound like a crazy person.

If I am to be a catalyst for progressive change, I need to be more capable with making progressive changes in my own life.

We spend all our lives trying to find out who we are and once we’ve settled  in to a groove it can be very tempting to stick with it.

Over our lifetime we’re going to be stuck in the middle of more significant changes than any generation before us – so how will we respond? Will we be like the generations before us and be either stuck in our ways or confused and lost? Or will we learn to find a fluid stability that is comfortable and challenging?

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