More often than not, we want to ignore change because we know we're going to have to make difficult decisions and that usually means impacting other people. This is the uncomfortable part of change because the last thing we want to do is hurt others and be the "bad guy".
However, in the long run, we know change is good for us. We know that change is something that is constantly happening regardless if we like it or not. Strong decision making skills and how we manage the evolutionary process of change will determine if you come out ahead or take two steps back.
As I mentioned earlier, change happens and Warren MacDonald knows all about how change can happen ...suddenly. In April 1997, Warren MacDonald was climbing when a giant boulder fell on his legs. What would you do? How can we prepare for sudden events that change us in profound ways?
We're all looking for change but we want it on "our terms". Here's an "inconvenient truth". Unless you live in a 1974 Burger King Commercial. Rarely, do you have it your way, Can you imagine what life would be like if we had this women singing this jingle, telling us we can have it "our way"?
I guess we can blame Burger King for fooling us into thinking that we can have it "our way". Unfortunately, you've been tricked by an advertisement and it won't be the last time. However, there are some clear ways to change your life and achieve the results you're looking for. It doesn't matter who you are, what matters is that you gain the knowledge, courage and motivation to persevere adversity (aka change).
Accomplishing Personal Change