Someone actually told me the other day, they prefer not to learn new things. They actually stated they were at an age of “being pretty stuck in their ways”. Were they truly saying they don’t want to improve in anyway? Is there a point in our life when we are happy and satisfied to the point of not needing to grow or improve? I guess that would mean we would have nothing to complain about. That might sound pretty good. Then I think of some people in my life that tend to find comfort in complaining. So which is it? Are you a person of habit and have found contentment, or does routine and habit drive you crazy? Are you constantly looking for new ways to learn, grow and improve?
Different personality styles do adapt better to change and some personality styles despise change with every bone in their body. But we all know life is constantly changing, right? So do we become stagnant or do we push ourselves to find ways to become better at something? Does age really have anything to do with it, or does it have more to do with our personality style? As you ponder these questions, how do they resonate with your soul? If you happen to feel inspired to grow or change, may I encourage you to do these three things:
- Think it is possible.
- Believe it is necessary.
- THEN may you engage in the process of learning how.
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