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"Change is the only constant in life."

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Change happens all around us, all of the time. Sometimes quickly, but often slowly, we change.

When something is changing in our lives there as three possibilities as to why:

  1. Things are getting better
  2. Things are going downhill; or
  3. The change is neutral.

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We are changing, and we are either becoming more like the people we want to be or less. It is helpful to stop and evaluate and see which direction we are heading.

We know that not all change is good but if we are moving towards the direction to the person we want to become then that means we're doing something right for us.

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  1. You can always change. You're the only person who gets to decide who you become.
  2. Change your habits, not your goals.
  3. Take comfort in the idea that we live in a society where we love seeing people changing for the better.
  4. It's never too late to change. As long as you're living, you have the chance to change, and although we can't change the past, we sure can redeem it.
  5. People are remembered for who they were not for their accomplishments.

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According to psychologists, we habitually apologize in our communication, but we can learn to be considerate without saying the word "sorry".

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