Sometimes we are Acting like Monkeys and we are Unwilling to Change

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Sometimes we find ourselves acting very similar to a monkey. We hold on to what we believe is our prize, our goal, our direction, and we won't let go for anything. No matter what changes might be going on around us, no matter what other ides or advices are out there, we remain unchanging, --like that monkey trapped, unless we are willing to let go of that prize as we believe it to be. We cannot slip our bounds and move on the experience growth. The one thing in life that we know we can count on the one constant factor is change itself. How do you feel about change in your life and your business? Are you open to other ides and suggestions? Are you willing to explore and put your ideas to test? Are you willing to become a change agent yourself? (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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