Ever notice how those that speak the loudest always seem to be naysayers and complainers? You know who I am talking about – every business and organization has them. The people who always resist change, who can find the negative in any plan. They have an opinion about everything and seem to be most productive at destroying new ideas.
Common Sense Faith
For most of my life, I have struggled with one thing in particular: how can I be a Christian and also be battling against depression? I hear so many Christians say things like, “There is only joy for Christians,” or “People don’t need antidepressants, they just need Jesus.” I even read an article recently that talked about how the counselling industry should be done away with, and people should only seek guidance and help from a pastor or elder of their church.
Common Sense Life
When you stop and think about it, it is only when we are uncomfortable that we take action. The desire to be more comfortable is not enough to get us out of bed, but once our back starts aching and our rest now brings us discomfort, only then are we willing to move.
Common Sense Business
Neverless, change is necessary for progress, even for survival. So, how do you help get everyone on board? Shoot, how do you really get yourself on board? I have heard many theories on this topic. Most revolve around having a solid structure, plan, system, and deadline in place for implementing change.