Week 1 – Change is All Around

Blogging?  Me?  Really?  Never, and I do mean never, would I ever have guessed that the day would come when I would be blogging.  I really never understood what blogging was all about, and I’m still not real sure I do!  However, I recently decided to take a leap of faith and jump into a 6-month commitment of taking myself on by participating in a program called Master Key Mastermind Alliance.  As luck would have it, creating and maintaining my own blog is part of that experience.   Doing so represents a change for me: a change in my perceived thinking of the value of blogging.  If you care to travel on this journey with me, I’ll be blogging once weekly and at the end of my six-month commitment, perhaps we’ll look back and the value that blogging has brought to my life as well as those who became my readers, will be evident.  Hey, I can hope, can’t I?

So let’s talk about CHANGE.  I’m fresh out of the gate into a very large arena of change through this course, and I must say, change has always scared me.  I really don’t adapt to change very well, and I’m really slow to make a decision that represents change.  I’m told it’s one of my personality traits.  I struggle with the intellectual part of me (yes, I do have one) that knows that to remain stagnant certainly is not a goal one should strive for.  We’re either growing or shrinking, and I certainly would choose to grow, but that usually has some form of change involved with it.  Whether it’s a change in daily habits, commitments, relationships, possession or thoughts – growth requires change.  I have already implemented several changes recently, and although they have not been convenient, I’ll admit I’m enjoying them and feeling their effects.

So what’s actually going on here?  Could I be setting the stage for possible miracles in my life?  Miracles such as learning to yearn for change, enjoying the challenge and power that could result from quick and decisive decision making, and who knows – even blogging!!!!




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