Sunday, 1 March 2009, 12:30 | Category : Life
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“You don’t have to like change to take advantage of it,” says Seth Godin.

Change is hard. Whether I want to lose 10 pounds, give up diet coke, or just make my day-to-day life more managable, it’s HARD. Its much easier to get up every Sunday morning, eat a freshly baked cinnamon roll, and read through your emails just like you have for weeks. Its easier to sit discontently at your desk and shuffle papers and to-do lists from pile to pile.

External change, like a change in work situation, serves as a great catalyst for internal change – if you’re willing to take advantage of it. Use it to clean house – to get rid of some of those piles, to eat the last cinnamon roll (and not buy anymore!), and to start in on a work out regimine.

As you can probably guess, I’ve been reading a lot of productivity and organization books lately, trying to get my life in order. There’s a big change heading my way in just a few weeks; a change that will make everything different, forever.

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