I Evolve – My Projects Evolve

I Evolve – My Projects Evolve

People say they’re looking for consistency.

What they’re really looking for is predictability.

They wish their friends, family, and coaches would show up the same way every single time they encountered them. Because it would make them feel comfortable. Like life isn’t complete random chaos.

“Why rock the boat? Let’s go along to get along.”

These are statements of resignation and constraint, even though they may appear as statements of spiritual surrender.

People should be allowed to change their opinions and stances on matters, especially important ones. They should be allowed to adventure and explore more broadly, returning with new insights and gold nuggets to be enjoyed by all.

People should be allowed to change their opinions and stances on matters, especially important ones. Share on X

If they don’t come to new conclusions through their journeys, fine. But if they do, they shouldn’t be labeled inconsistent or hypocritical. If anything, they are demonstrating consistency in their pursuit of knowledge and in updating their coaching or training to offer their students the best value possible.

I evolve – my projects evolve.

I’m surprised to find so many people have trouble with this.