Change Is the Only Constant

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ASSIGNMENT –II (Quality Management)

“Change is the only constant”



“Change is the only constant”
Life is continuously changing. People move, children grow up, careers change, health is compromised, people gain their health back, the climate changes, and life cycles begin and end. Whether a person can adapt to these changes and become a proactive participant in a constantly changing world is a key component in “full development” or maturity. To illustrate this point, let us look at life from two different perspectives. On the one hand, the immature child is dependent on those around him or her. On the other hand, a mature adult is responsible for those around him or her. Being responsible makes the ever changing circumstances of life a lot more challenging. The adult or fully developed human is a participant, not a spectator, in the process of life. Fully developed adults create their present circumstances and sometimes have to react to unexpected circumstances (often very difficult ones) in positive ways. Children observe life’s circumstances with little or no concern for or affect on the outcomes. Many adults never reach full development; that is, they fail to mature. They may mature in certain aspects of life, such as their work life, their financial life and/or family relationships. But they are unable to move beyond instant gratification in other areas of life, the most obvious of these being substance use and a tendency towards drama-filled relationships. Physically these folks grow up, but emotionally and mentally they develop ways of coping using the many techniques that they used as children. They hold tightly to their childhood...
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