Change the way you think. Create magic in your life!™


The American journalist, Sydney Harris once wrote, “Our dilemma is that we hate change and love it at the same time; what we want is for things to remain the same, but get better.”

In my motivational programs, I remind my audience that change is uncontrollable and the only thing controllable about change is our response to it. You must learn to welcome and embrace change. Instead of fearing it or disliking it because it takes us out of our normal routine, we must look at change as a chance to grow.


Change allows us to try new things - experiment with life and our possibilities. It allows us to untap our potentials and explore our hidden powers. Each day, you are given the wonderful opportunity to live to your highest potential. By embracing change, you embrace your power. You move forward.

The next time that you are faced with change, don’t push it away. Embrace it. Embrace the opportunity to grow.


Find others who have faced similar changes and see what they did. I guarantee you that no matter what change you may be facing, someone else dealt with a similar situation and turned a tough period in their life into a learning period, which allowed them to maximize their abilities and discover their hidden strengths.


There is a saying in the military, “Maneuver according to circumstance.” In other words, you can’t be rigid in your thinking or planning when it comes to dealing with change. Look at the situation and how you would like to handle it, but remain flexible to other ideas.


Also, take the time to feed your mind with - what I call - “mental vitamins,” in the form of motivational or inspirational books and audio CDs. What you think about expands in your life and by providing your mind with thoughts of a powerful and uplifting nature, you unlock positivity, diminish negativity and fear, and release ideas that will help you more effectively deal with change – and the many other variables in life.

You can listen online or download these audio podcasts, absolutely free. Make sure that you try it out and get inspired. Go to now!

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"You can avoid having ulcers by adapting to the situation: If you fall in the mud puddle, check your pockets for fish." - Anonymous

"If nothing ever changed, there'd be no butterflies." - Anonymous

"Even those who fancy themselves the most progressive will fight against other kinds of progress, for each of us is convinced that our way is the best way." - Louis L'Amour, writer.

"Change is hard because people overestimate the value of what they have—and underestimate the value of what they may gain by giving that up." - James Belasco and Ralph Stayer, authors of "Flight of the Buffalo."
Bob Garner
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