If you could change your life, would you?

If you could change your life, would you?

If you’ve been thinking about a career change, or lifestyle change, or just making a personal change for the better, you probably have a very good reason for contemplating it.

Maybe you came to this point because you finally realised your life wasn’t what you wanted it to be, and you had some quite different idea of what it was supposed to be like.

Maybe you had unfulfilled dreams that you forgot about or suppressed and it has come back to haunt you. Now you’re seriously contemplating making those dreams a reality.

You may have thought long and hard about it, but are you ready to change your life?

It takes a lot of courage to make any change. Your current world that you understand and are comfortable with may be destabilised and you might be uncomfortable during the process. During the journey, the difficulties and discomfort may make you feel like running back to what you know.

You might be thinking about how your partner and family; and how they might be inconvenienced. In fact, there’s plenty of reason to not do it. It’s easier to stay where you are at, where it is comfortable. If you’re happy, then that’s where you should be; but if you aren’t happy, and something keeps tugging at you, you might have to seriously consider making that life change.

Some of the successful, life-changing, motivational stories you’ve heard can give you the false impression that a successful life transition happens overnight, by jumping with both feet in. However, that might not be for you. There’s some Wisdom to changing your life slowly, one piece at a time; allowing you and your loved ones time to ease into it. It gives you time to learn more about yourself during the process, and will give you a clearer glimpse into what it is you do or don’t want.

Change can be challenging, chaotic, scary, and can bring some level of uncertainty; but you can take your time. It is your life after all, and any decision you make has to be at your comfort and acceptance level. Take as much time as you need to think, learn, discover more about yourself. Even if you are willing and have the courage to change your life, you have to make sure that you’re ready; and that can take a lot of work.

Join us at College of Allied Educators to learn more about yourself, what motivates you, and how you can find happiness, meaning, and success in work, love, and life.

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