Change is inevitable. Change is the only constant aspect of life.

As long as you’re alive, changes will occur. Be they in your body, mind, opinions, beliefs, environment, relationships.

All around and within you, changes will be taking place.

Some changes are easy, fun and pleasant. Others are hard, challenging and painful.
Some changes threaten the very being of your existence. Fact is, no process of change leaves you the same.

However challenging the changes in your life my be, you have to make it a point to ensure that that particular change works out for your own good. That process of change must be of advantage to you.
Make sure that period of painful transitioning yields good fruit in your life and adds something to the achievement of your personal aims and goals.

Whenever you’re in a not so comfortable situation, keep your eyes on your goal. Look for ways to bring yourself closer to your goal. Don’t waste time in despair. Try your best to stay driven.

Make plans ahead of time. So unexpected changes won’t take you by surprise and wreck your dream. Once you have a plan, a change will only mean adjusting those plans to fit the situation. You definitely won’t be completely lost, as prior planning serve as an orientation.

As you’re adjusting your plans, you’ll have to be on the lookout for advantages that come with the change. If you don’t see any, just remember: “what doesn’t kill you can only make you stronger”!

Even when the process of change turns out to be pleasant, challenge yourself by raising your expectations and aims. Add extra goals.

This way, you’re maximising your potential in all situations. You’re forced to see the positive side in every situation. You’re definitely going to be on the path of success.

Change can be good to you, only if you make it work to your advantage.



These past months I’ve learned of the passing on of two vibrant young ladies. One of them was only 24, the other not older than 26.
What I’ve learned from these tragic incidents is: Life is too short not to enjoy it!
Yes, life is too short to bear grudges.
Life is too short to procrastinate.
Life is too short to hold on to pain.
Life is too short to accept less than you deserve.
Life is too short to not believe in your dreams and pursue them.
Life is too short to neglect your maker. Seek a relationship with God and nourish it. Prepare for the other side.
Life is too short to not make peace with yourself and be in harmony with your inner self.
Simply live.
Love yourself.