If you want to survive and thrive, then you have to change and grow. Otherwise, you’ll be left in an era gone and all but forgotten.
Growth Messages Inspiring You to Make Positive Change
My growth messages will empower you to let go of your fears and find the strength to take the steps necessary to institute positive change in your life. So often, it’s easy to get stuck in a routine or rut in your life whereby you eschew making changes, even when a situation is no longer working, simply because you fear the unknown.
One area where this is particularly true is in relationships. As I have witnessed time and time again, people often stay in less than fulfilling relationships, even abusive ones, because they fear being on their own or letting go of someone who is familiar in order to explore the unknown. As the old saying goes, “We are all creatures of habit,” and our relationships can become habit forming just like anything else.
Another area where people really struggle to make change is with their job or career. This issue holds particularly true for myself as it took me until the age of forty, to finally start pursuing my dream of becoming a published author and inspirational speaker. To do so, it meant cutting back on the eighty-plus hour weeks I was working as a lawyer and to shift some of my focus, time, energy, and financial resources toward pursuing my dreams. Nevertheless, I finally found the courage, took a leap of faith, and am now living my dreams, something I hope will come true for you as well.
My growth messages come from decades of undergoing various changes in my life, some that I instituted on my own while others being thrust upon me involuntarily. What I learned after undergoing so many changes, both voluntary and involuntary, is that the only thing constant in life is change. The more you step outside your comfort zone and embrace change, the happier you will be. Otherwise, when you fail to evolve and grow, you can easily get left behind in an era gone and all but forgotten.
The Growth symbol is rooted in the Adinkra symbol for “Sesa Wo Suban,” which translates as “change or transform your character.” Combining representations of the morning star and the wheel, this symbol represents both the start of a new day and movement or rotation.