I welcome change with open arms. Adapting to new conditions helps me to grow.

I seek out different perspectives and constructive feedback. I talk with friends and family about how they coped with similar experiences. I create a network of contacts that provide me with encouragement and support.

I take sensible risks. I patiently accept my losses and focus on what I have to gain. Overcoming an occasional setback is better than remaining stuck in place. I challenge conventional wisdom. I strive to be authentic even if it means making unusual choices.

I break free from stale routines. I adopt habits that make me happy and successful.

I deepen my connection with others. I listen attentively to what my loved ones have to say. I express my gratitude and appreciation. I share personal information about myself. I reach out to make new friends. I volunteer for greater responsibility at work. I sign up for additional training and take on challenging assignments. I join committees where I can participate in important decisions and develop my leadership abilities.

I use my free time more productively. I engage in activities that keep my mind and body sharp and fit. I play sports, work on my hobbies, and add to my knowledge and skills.

Today, I turn my life around. I view my situation from a new angle and figure out what I need to do to move ahead. I embrace change as an opportunity for growth and enrichment.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. How does discomfort help me to grow?
  2. What are the advantages of doing something that is a little scary?
  3. How do I define being adventurous?
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