The Power Of Perspective (And How It Affects Your Life And Business).
As we conclude the year and prepare for the new year, I find Darwin’s words refreshing: “It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change.”
How have you dealt with and navigated the change thus far, both in the workplace and on an individual level, amid these seismic shifts?
There is a growing demand for life and business coaches to help people leaders, organizations, and leaders determine the best queries to inquire about. We seek outside assistance to combat challenging shifts and reframe downwards as positives: identifying our mission, knowing how we can add value, and ultimately discovering the purpose of what’s essential in various situations.
Being a coach for transformation, I have witnessed pivotal moments and observed individuals who, as well as organizations, are open to and seek coaching to get back on track, find a new purpose when in transition, and thrive.
Are your “jigsaw puzzle” giving you anxiety or stretching your body? Have you changed the way you think about your problems as they change and begun to think differently about the jigsaw puzzle you have been working on? If not, I’d like to assist you in achieving that by bringing some insights to your attention when change comes knocking at your door or keeping you awake late at night.
“Awareness precedes change” is one of the things I’ve discovered through managing change in my personal life, particularly in crucial moments of redefining my life. I’ve seen this also from the leaders and individuals I’ve assisted through life transitions and in corporate journeys to strategic revisions and transformations. We’ve recently witnessed enterprises confront more expectations of systemic change since the external measures of success have changed. Companies now have a range of performance indicators, including ESG (environmental governance, social) as well as the foundations from the four “D” driving forces (DEI digital genesis, decarbonized as well as disruptive innovations) which I’ve discussed in a previous piece. Every person contributes to productivity as a source of earning a living.
The past three years have been highly confusing for many. However, you may be surprised to know that, despite this being the most challenging time for many people throughout their lives, Some have taken it up and thrived. A key lesson here is you must be able to release the old and be open to the new. This allows us to flourish with the changes. The inability to embrace change is why we can’t adapt, and we must fight against the conventional methods of operating and thinking. The more we fight or deny the change we can’t manage, the more difficult it gets. Change is often painful when we cannot change the situation, which is huge in magnitude and challenging to comprehend and accept.
When we step outside of our comfort zones, we become as well. The growing pains are an integral part of what makes up life. It is only possible to adjust to the changing times by adopting fresh perspectives on advancing. To help facilitate change — either as a reaction or proactive, we must first accept the necessity of being aware. A mind with an open mind to new views and perspectives on development is vital. A flexible mental attitude will succeed during any transition and change.
There is a scientific basis for how perspectives change and evolve, providing us an opportunity to progress positively. Through our experiences, we become wiser, push our capabilities to become more resilient and, hopefully, more sensitive in our approach to life, “anti-fragile”, to extend kindness to those around us. When we allow new perspectives to enter our brains, it will help to create new neural pathways by activating our parasympathetic nervous systems, activating the positive neurons in our brain, which will then connect and brighten the heart’s neurons (for an entirely new experience as “belief” to settle) and activate neurons in our gut that show this kind of behaviour inside our bodies. The idea is that forming new micro-habits can create new habits by establishing a good practice of discipline. This is the way humans are wired. Humans have a natural capability and ability to manage changes.
The ability to activate this superpower is in our minds. We can move from our “stuck” to a positive state only if we are willing to achieve it. The issue is: Are you ready to manage the change to make the change shortly or not? Awareness drives changes. When you focus, it will flow energy and the outcome shows. Therefore, it’s definitely worth the investment.
We are gifted with a powerful mind that can allow us to live an entire life. But, endless replays of negative thoughts that you have in your head–like trauma-related events–feed toxins into your body when you become enticed to believe. This can cause the impression of dis-ease (where the term “disease” comes from). Your perception of the world is based on the way you frame your perception.
One of the most important principles is the world you live in and how you view it. It’s a dark world in the way you perceive it. A world of misery in the way you perceive it. A world of opportunities and growth, as you view it. It can alter your perspective on the world however you want to live. That’s the power of change. We can choose and direct our thinking. By doing this, you’ll live the reality of it.
Are you prepared to take on new perspectives and perspectives in 2023? Let me bless you with the courage and confidence, unlike ever before, to take the next step according to your personal preferences and needs, one step at a time.