“Nothing changes if nothing changes?”
Generally, it’s accurate that most of us want things to be better in the future. You can describe “better” in any number of ways; wealthier, healthier, easier, more peaceful, smarter.
But, it’s also accurate to say that most of us resist change. Change calls for new routines. More learning. Better habits. Redesigned schedules. More investment. Change isn’t easy. If we want better outcomes tomorrow, we must figure out what changes are necessary and to do them.
Changing things constructively usually begins when you decide to do so.
* You say to yourself – “I want to go in this direction, I need to get on this path, I need this help.”
Do you have a plan for change? People who “happen to the world” always have a plan for change.
PalletOne CEO Howe Wallace
Since 2005, he has been sharing his thoughts on the organization, leadership, and communication in an online daily note to teammates called Daily with HQ.