Sell Without Selling Podcast
Success Happens By Embracing Change
On this episode of Sell Without Selling, Stacey talks about the reality that the one definite, clear aspect of life is that change is guaranteed.
- People don’t like change because of the unknown so many never know how to thrive in life.
- The most flexible person in a situation controls that situation.
- To truly thrive, it is necessary to adapt to change.
How to Adapt to Change for Success:
- work on your mindset
- invest in yourself
- change your perspective
“Shifting your results requires active participation” -Stacey O’Byrne
(First ~2 mins)
Today’s topic is all about embracing success, and embracing change to achieve success.
Look reality is this, there is something that is very clear and very definite. Change is guaranteed. Change is one of the only constant experiences that exists in life. The problem is, how do we navigate through change easily and effortlessly when our comfort zone views change as scary and unknown?
Let’s face it, that comfort zone, that gray zone, that thing that keeps people stuck – no matter how uncomfortable someone is, whether it’s living paycheck to paycheck, whether it’s barely making ends meet, whether it’s surviving. No matter what that comfort zone looks like, no matter what that gray zone looks like, people stay there because it’s their known known. It’s the known area. It’s their known model of reality. And no matter how comfortable they are barely surviving, they choose to stay there because they know it, and because they know it they’re comfortable there.
When they look at change, when someone tells them, “In order to achieve success just do this, this, and this,” well this, this, and this is the unknown. And because it’s the unknown, rarely will they do it because they view it as scary. They view it as something that they don’t know. And because they don’t know it, they don’t pursue it. So many people don’t know what it’s like to thrive. So many people don’t know what it’s like to achieve success. And because that’s an unknown unknown for them, they stay where they know that they know.