• change is not a process for the impatient

    change is not a process for the impatient

  • life design 101.

    07.20.2012 / Miscellaneous

    change is not a process for the impatient

    Good design doesn’t set out to be profound: it sets out to solve a problem.

    As you work toward living you most creative life, stop thinking about being the next big thing and start smaller, start where you are. What is something in your life that you’d like to change? What can you do today to shift it?…

    The best and most creative ideas are born from frustration. You have to hit a point where you can’t stand it anymore before you start coming back up toward change. Let the things that frustrate you in your life be a guide as to where you can channel your creative energies.

    Start channeling, observe, and be open to surprises. You never know what will come of it!

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    • GREAT POST!
      This is so true, I had a long conversation with a friend from work about this very idea last over a couple glasses of wine.
      Xx
      Callie

    • This is so inspirational, and so true. Thanks for sharing! It reminds me that where I am at in my life right now is purposeful and exciting, because I’m not only learning more about myself but I am entering into a new adventure.

    • Thanks Callie and Anne! I’m so glad to hear that it’s resonating!

    • Another good one, Tiffany!

    • Great point!

    • Erin

      Yes! It’s so true. Only honest creation from one’s own life and experiences can resonate with others. Thanks Tiffany!

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