Doing the same thing over and over continuously yields the same result. If I want to experience new things in my life, I must first be willing to change my behavior.
If others are resistant to change, I compassionately assure them that better things are yet to come. It may be easier for me to continue in a familiar rut, but I want more than "easy." My desire is to live a full and fulfilling life, rather than an easy one.
Transformation begins with my thoughts. When I change the way I think, I can adapt my behavior to match my thoughts. The power to achieve different results lies within me. It is up to me to choose to go along with the flow or to enact change and see where it takes me.
I am courageous in the face of change. There is an element of unknown that accompanies change. I choose to see that element as an exciting mystery.
My attitude toward change is eager excitement. Even if things work out differently than the way I expect, I embrace the ride and learn the lessons.
Today, I choose to initiate change by starting with my thoughts. My actions reflect my determination to live a better life than before. I welcome change free from fear.
- What is my attitude toward change?
- How can I change my actions?
- Why is it necessary to change my behavior if I want to achieve different results?