Be strong, but not rude;
Be kind, but not weak;
Be bold, but not bully;
Begin with bold steps, organised skill-set and be prepared to push yourself hard without judging the outcome. If there is any probability or possibility to achieve what you want, just pursue it. On the contrary, it is quite natural for people to dislike change. It’s one of the oldest but persistent cancers in any given environment.
When we understand the magnitude of change that is occurring, particularly over every decade that passes by, it’s quite amazing how prevalent these arguments still are. But the fact is, people still resist change at every turn. Changes go against our most fundamental human desire to put ‘order’ around ‘chaos.’ And for many, ‘change’ = ‘chaos.
There will always be ‘chaos of but,’ the excuses are slave weather, season, region, or something you will find to follow the excuse. Those will, and they should co-exist to challenge us. It is like a monkey trap story. The monkey sticks his hand through the hole to get the food, but with the prize in its grasp, the monkey cannot get its hand back out. Because the monkey will not let go of its prize, it becomes trapped. The animal gives up its freedom to hold on to a small piece of food.
Just let it go. As stated in the Gospel in Matthew 6:34, ‘Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.’