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Chrm Message From: barkhadoshi Total Posts: 34 Join Date: 17/08/2006
Rank: Executive Post Date: 23/08/2006 04:35:49 Points: 170 Location: United States

Dear Friends,

Change is inevitable and is a must for a change. Change is the only permanent thing in this world and something that has to be welcomed with both the arms open. A small contribution from my end to you on the change factor. Hope you'll like it.

World or society is made up of every single individual. Each person contributes to making the society or world as it is. Each person has a unique and important place in the world and leaves a definite impression or mark wherever he lives or works. World or society can’t remain untouched by him.

Hence, if each person does his bit to change himself and his surroundings, it will be very easy to change the whole world. So, if we are keen to change the world, first thing is that you and I should start changing. Just accusing each other and society would help least to change the world.

It is an irresponsible statement, “unless others change, changing myself alone won’t help”. Others may also follow your example after you start the process. Your change will definitely bring change in the society, howsoever small it may be in proportion. Once you start changing, you will find that people around you and environment around you automatically start changing by law of association.

Regards,

Barkha Doshi



Chrm Message From: shawn Total Posts: 34 Join Date: 17/08/2006  
Rank: Executive Post Date: 23/08/2006 06:26:12 Points: 170 Location: United States

Dear Barkha & Friends,

Change is one word that gives all of us the creeps. As we grow, change occurs in both our inner and outer worlds. We hardly realize this. Many times we view changes as threats. Most become pessimistic towards the idea of newness, or allow ourselves to remain within comfort zones to avoid the risk of failure.

On the contrary, one needs to view change as an open invitation to enjoy the fullest potential of the present moment. Resisting change means resisting growth.

We ought not to let uncertainty prevent from making the necessary changes to pursue our dreams. Those who succeed are the those who take chances, and that means not only accepting change, but embracing it as a gift - a tool for turning visions into reality.

One needs to focus on a goal and the changes needed to be made to get to that goal.

It will be nice to ask ourselves, "What changes have you been resisting and why?"

We need to explore ways to get ourselves through any doubts or fears, and empower ourselves by making a commitment to work towards these changes each day.

We need to stand up and work for change. Change is how we grow. By moving forward, and by taking action, we can watch our new life begin to unfold.

shawn

Chrm Message From: madure Total Posts: 261 Join Date: 17/08/2006  
Rank: Coach Post Date: 23/08/2006 08:42:24 Points: 1355 Location: United States

There is a popular saying that the only thing that does not change is change and this is true for many areas of our lives since everything is in a state of flux. We age, our attitudes change, our atomic and cellular structure changes giving us new cells, skin layers and thought patterns over a period of time. Some fight change and others embrace it willingly. Being resistant to change will only hamper our own growth and we will be living in the past frozen in time and mostly immobile. This applies equally to the filed of Human Resources too.

It was Albert Einstein who observed, “The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at, when we created them.”

Thus, it shows that we need a new level, a deeper level of thinking – a paradigm based on the principles that accurately describe the territory of effective human being and interacting – to solve these deep concerns. It is also clear that all thinking is not the same, some vertical, some lateral , some ordinary while others are creative- all this needs a change of mindset, a new way of seeing reality.

Prof.Lakshman

Chrm Message From: sanjay04 Total Posts: 48 Join Date: 17/08/2006  
Rank: Executive Post Date: 24/08/2006 02:01:20 Points: 240 Location: United States

Dear Barkha, shawn, prof & members,

Now that we know that change is permament and anything that is constant is change, there are several clear rules for successful change. First, focus on the basics of your organization and what you want to change. Second, define the objective clearly so that everyone can understand what you are trying to accomplish. The third rule is to create awareness of the need to change by communicating your expectations and answering the two questions on everyone’s mind: What’s in it for me and what rewards and recognition will I get for helping in the change process?

Regards,

sanjay

Chrm Message From: param.mpower Total Posts: 3 Join Date: 17/08/2006  
Rank: Beginner Post Date: 12/06/2010 17:51:30 Points: 15 Location: United States

If You Don’t Change,
You Can Become Extinct

Change Happens

Anticipate Change

Monitor Change

Adapt To Change Quickly

Change

Enjoy Change!
Be Ready To Change Quickly And Enjoy It Again 
 

Regards

Param

 
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