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053: If You Hate Change, You Might Waste Your Life (feat. Jamie Winship)

t’s pretty obvious that the most successful people not only embrace change, they run after it. Yet for so many of us, transition in any area of life is more than annoying; it’s painful. In today’s conversation, you and I will be hearing from a good friend and mentor in my own life, Jamie Winship, and I’ll be asking him about how to navigate through transition, why we avoid pain, and how to step into making those early, meaningful dreams in your own life come to pass.

It’s pretty obvious that the most successful people not only embrace change, they run after it. Yet for so many of us, transition in any area of life is more than annoying; it’s painful. In today’s conversation, you and I will be hearing from a good friend and mentor in my own life, Jamie Winship, and I’ll be asking him about how to navigate through transition, why we avoid pain, and how to step into making those early, meaningful dreams in your own life come to pass.

If you take anything away from today’s conversation, I want you to remember this: know who you are and be willing to take a step into the unknown in favor of encountering the purpose for which you were created. As mentioned on the show, Jamie and his wife, Donna, oversee and organization called Identity Exchange-IDX-which you can locate at identityexchange.com.

Listen, my friend, life is too short to live in self-protection and self-promotion. No one will ever keep you from stepping into your purpose. But a faulty belief system very well could. Pursue a renewed mind. Pursue wholeness.

Maybe you’re overwhelmed and wondering, I know there’s more. But I don’t know if I have what it takes. Is it too late? Am I too late? I keep trying to move forward but I keep hitting a wall in most areas of my life. Maybe you’re afraid of looking back at life in a year (or five years) and having to ask yourself “how did I end up here?”

If that’s you, pick-up the phone right now. Call me at 248-266-2945 and tell me a bit of your story.