On the Price of Change

22 September, 2018

Yes, change sometimes does cost. One of the biggest costs is the time that you need to take to adapt to something new. To learn something new. To bend or break old habits and create new ones.

That price hurts people more than a hit to their wallets. It’s not a surprise. We all like stability. Change is disruptive. Change can be painful. Change slows us down.

But change also helps us grow and learn. And if we don’t grow and learn, even just a bit, what becomes of us?

Scott Nesbitt