If you know Mclean well enough you’d know that he is spontaneous and crazy. Both of which are important in making the world a much livelier and better place to be in. In the light of spontaneity comes change.And change is good.
Change makes you flexible. Being stubborn and resistant to new things will make a normally stressing situation even more so. Change helps you be fluid and go with the flow. Change makes you smarter. If things never changed, you’d never learn anything new. And every time you learn a new skill — even if it’s just how to adapt — you are that much smarter than you were yesterday.
Change reminds us that anything is possible. It’s easy to think that anything that’s stuck will always be that way (i.e., the career that won’t lift off the ground or the marriage that’s coasting on neutral). But when you see things change, whether it’s in your life or some one else’s, it’s encouragement to know that nothing stays the same forever. Change ensures everything in life stays interesting. It ensures bad situations never last forever and can actually improve other aspects of your being.
Recently, my life has seen a lot of change, and it’s mostly been positive. I am genuinely happy about it all.Change is scary. The future is unknown and, by nature, we have no guarantee that our lives will go how we’d like them to. This is nerve-wracking for many of us, who like security and guarantees. Change comes with movement and movement is also good. So we moved here now to secswithmclean.com. A space promising the best on the economy, entertainment, fashion, lifestyle, and the beautiful mind of yours truly …moi!