Three questions to ask before you change

We all have intentions of wanting to see change in one area of our lives or more. This enthusiasm and drive may last one month, or two. Here is my tested perspective on how to see change in your life.

There are three types of people in this world

  • Those who make things happen,
  • Those who watch things happen,
  • Those who wonder what just happened.

Before seeing any change in your life, you need to ask yourself questions and honestly answer them. If you’re not going to be honest with yourself, I suggest not attempting this process. (Note that I have tried this method and am therefore, speaking with personal experience)

Ask yourself these questions before identifying an area that you need to change in:

1. Why should I change?

Until you are convinced that you need to change a certain area of your life, the effort you put into pursuing the changes will be purposeless. The why factor is the purpose statement of why you want to make this change in your life

2. What do I want to change about me?

This could be in the area of character or attitude or development of a particular skill

3. How committed will I be to changing?

Writing a list how this change would affect will become your motivation. (For example, If I lose 5kgs I’m going to be more alert and active in my mental and physical stamina which will allow me to focus on my family)

I’d love to receive a reply from you and work with you through this process of change

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