To change, it takes courage. You have to try, you have to make mistakes, you have to let yourself be judged, you have to learn from your mistakes, you have to try again and, sometimes, start all!
It’s not easy to change. It’s even more difficult to change a collectivity.
I often meet people who want to change. However, they don’t always persevere when faced with the adversity of changing. Change, real change, it disturbs. Change, real change, it isolates. To really change, it can hurt. I talk from experience; I will tell you about that another time.
But, if you believe in the change(s); changing, it’s also good, really good!
Last week, I met people who started a change in their school. If I could draw (!), I would draw some half-raised hands to the people in the bottom portion of the image; some shy I want to change. It’s so good to see!
In fact, they reminded me of the people in this video you have probably seen before. I really think the staff I met last week will be dancing together soon.
We all gain from those who have the resilience to change to create better experiences, a better world.