Overcoming Resistance – 5 Reasons Why Change is WRONG for You
If excuses were the currency of the New Rich, we’d be surrounded by millionaires. We know very well that there is always a simple and obvious reason to not do something.
At Zaggtime, we generally consider these excuses to be weak obstacles that must be confronted and discarded. Overcoming resistance is always top of mind when pursuing your life goals,but today we’re going to give you the benefit of the doubt by exploring some reasons that change may very well be a bad idea for you.
You aren’t interested in more free time
If you’re okay with coming home with just enough time to eat a meal and watch a bit of TV before going to bed, then rushing off to work in the morning to do it all again, then maybe change is wrong for you. We operate on the assumption that there’s always room to increase your free time to pursue our dreams and get more out of life, but if that doesn’t apply to you then you can stay the course. Put your nose to that grindstone; we’ll be here stopping to smell the coffee.
Your career presents you with endless opportunities
If your current career path already throws as much at you as you can handle in new experiences, income growth, and satisfaction at the end of a day’s work, then it could be true that you don’t need change. But consider dropping us a line to write a guest post for us! You’d be helping others achieve their goals.
You truly believe “busyness” is effective business
If you sneer at quiet reflection, strive to avoid distractions such as your family and friends, and you prefer spending 10 hour work days and 6 day work weeks spinning in circles for your boss, then steer clear of us. The Zaggtime philosophy is definitely not intended for you.
You’re a lone wolf
Some people genuinely thrive flying solo. They can competently handle every step of business, from service and sales to marketing and negotiation. It’s a tough path to take, and be warned that not everyone who thinks they are the lone wolf will actually thrive this way. Each of us has tried the solo approach at some point, and we’ve come to the conclusion that a team can succeed where an individual has failed. It’s why there’s a second “g” in Zaggtime! We’re in this together!
You’ve accomplished all your goals
On top of his 18 gold medals and dozens of world records, Michael Phelps has boundless financial opportunities and is widely recognized as perhaps the most accomplished athlete in the world. It would be remarkable if he could think of something he has yet to achieve. The overwhelming odds are that you are not the Michael Phelps of your field. If that’s true, then you could probably use some advice, encouragement and partnership on your own road to success.
When you run out of excuses, you’re ready for overcoming resistance and commit to making real change. A great first step is to reach out to us. We are here to energize, support and nurture each other on the path to becoming Wise, Wild and Free!