It’s ironic, don’t you think?
It’s ironic how we respond to change. We want change, yet we fear it. We crave change, then we claw at it.
We’d rather slip to the back of the line (of change) than butt our way to the front. We shrink, we hide, we duck.
Screw change. Let someone else do it.
So goes the sentiment of far too many people. There’s little chance of upside. If you stick your neck out, there’s risk; there’s no guarantee of reward. Failure is possible and humiliation is downright probable.
And this is how we end up swirling around in the toilet of mediocrity.
Change may scare. But mediocrity kills.
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