Initiators



Who are they? These are the individuals who are willing to take risks. They are willing to go into the front line even if no one else will. They pay attention to what’s going on around them while being innovative to step out with solutions whether others will immediately follow or not. All too often, we may be quick to judge those who initiate because we don’t understand their logic, methods, and judgements nor see things the way they do. Let’s take a moment to look at initiators together.

Those who are prepared to step out into the unknown are not foolish but willing. Most tend to understand that whether this works or not we must try something different to gain success and have better results. We all may want change but it won’t be done until someone is willing to initiate a different path.

To those who are initiators, you are to be commended. It is due to your efforts that we keep moving forward and have growth. There are many who would believe they are doing things differently but do not see anything change. Then there are those who are honest about what is needed to do in different ways and take the risks of launching out into things for change to occur. This is what true initiators look like.

When you are willing to accept that you have to make some adjustments for various results, you are on the brink of change. Take the steps to initiate now and allow yourself to have a different perspective. It is true insanity to think you can keep doing the same things and gain different results. Initiate what you have researched and seen may be possible although overlooked. Be willing to step out into the deep and take what comes along with that. Don’t allow yourself to dream but initiate the things you desire. Research others who have taken risks and initiated things in their life to walk in new levels.

When you initiate you have to be prepared for negativity, possible loss and making the wrong choices. Don’t be discouraged when you initiated a change and may not see sudden significant results. How would you know unless you tried? This would be the time to acknowledge where you missed it; then make some more adjustments and continue initiating for the change to occur. We would not have airplanes, technology, and electricity and so on if there were not those who were willing to initiate a change for the better.

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