We all know change is inevitable, yet many people go kicking and screaming into change as it unfolds.
Manage change by embracing and accepting it.
Start by making a list of all the things you do not like in your life and business today. Realize that the opposite of what you do not want is what you DO want to achieve.
Then take the most important item on your list and ask yourself, “What changes will I have to make to realize this result?”
Identify the change that needs to occur and create simple, small actions that lead to the desired result.
The catch is, you have to stay with it. New habits and new actions take 21-days to become ingrained. Those first twenty-one days can have a few up and down moments that you’ll have to weather.
Make just one change at a time.
Start with something small and work your way up based on the small successes you’ve experienced.
Create change frequently. Practice makes perfect, so identify areas that are not what you want them to be. See the opposite of that as what you want to achieve. Create a change that leads to the new outcome.
Thomas Jefferson once said, “Every generation needs a new revolution.”
Today that revolution may well be you, me and all micro and small business owners who can usher in change in the way work is actually conducted.
All you have to do is succeed with your business and your greatest ideas so that you inspire others to do the same and change will occur on an unbelievably large scale.