‘The measure of intelligence is the ability to change’ -Albert Einstein
Be willing to change.
Learn to accept what has happened.
Ask for help from loved ones.
Look for new opportunities.
Carry a self-help reminder.
Have a strategy for dealing with stress.
Give yourself time.
Get into a routine.
Avoid self-medicating with alcohol or drugs.
Don’t make major life changes right away.
Find your deepest values.
Replace limiting beliefs with empowering beliefs.
Replace bad habits with positive habits.
Find a mentor.
Have the right expectation.
Maintain the momentum.
Be honest about your concerns.
Take a skills course.
Confide in family and friends for support.
Arrive to work earlier than you normally do.
Take a personal day when needed.
Remember that all change becomes routine with time.
Think things through and ask, ‘What’s the worst that can happen?’
Ask yourself how much you can control.
Celebrate the positives.
Manage your stress.
‘Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.’ -Leo Tolstoy
“To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often.” -Winston Churchill