Change. A monosyllabic word that has multi-dimensional effects and consequences. It strikes an unnerving and momentous chord in most. This “leadership” rhetoric that is supposed to inspire and catalyze.
Its a convenient word, change. One that offers vast interpretation and emotional reaction depending on the consequences involved.
The cornerstone of democracy is change. A process that is not revolutionary but evolutionary, even when its a bit unpredictable.
Regardless of which side of the aisle you sit – your personal beliefs, we can all agree that the United States of America is the greatest country in the world. The ability to freely think for ourselves, create opportunities- build something proverbially brick my brick or seize a challenge and make it our own. Every day is a new day to to make it our own. To be the best we can be, not just for ourselves but also society at large.
We can’t expect business of politics to change. However we can embrace the choices we make, even if what we choose doesn’t work out in our favor. Mobilize the failures and mistakes, what we find distasteful, and change it into something good.
No system is perfect and change is is heady drug that keeps the power in check and balances.
Quote of the day: In the end, you’re measured not by how much you undertake but by what you finally accomplish. – U.S. President-elect Donald Trump