Many people resist change because it’s uncomfortable and facing an unknown outcome creates apprehension. Even when you are ready and willing to make a change, you could be making it harder than it needs to be. If you’re trying to create something new in your life and you’re surround by things that tie you to the past, you’re decreasing your ability to think clearly and be creative.
If you want to allow something new into your life you have to make room for it. Often that means following up your commitment to change by taking a specific action. For example, if you want to create a more prosperous business, clearing the clutter in your home office and redecorating the space can help facilitate new ideas and create the energy you need to generate more business. Change more than your mindset or your goals. Change your environment to reflect who you want to become and what you want to accomplish.
When you decide to make a change, spend some time considering the reason for it. Once you are clear on why it’s happening you can take steps to clear obstacles that would get in the way, and make room for change to take place.