By Staff Reports
(DGIwire) — Thomas Edison once said, “We shall have no better conditions in the future if we are satisfied with all those which we have at present.” Too often, laziness can be disguised as satisfaction, and underneath satisfaction is complacency. After all, if nothing is wrong, why try to fix it? People find a satisfactory job with a mediocre salary, find themselves in an adequate marriage, and accept the fact that their creative talents might be average at best. In truth, too many people go through life being merely satisfied with the way things are, and never go to the lengths needed to transform their futures.
If people really want to make the most of their lives, they need to push past the point of complacency and start actively pursuing something more fulfilling. But change doesn’t happen overnight, and true change only comes after serious introspection. For those on the precipice of making a major life change, legendary financial analyst Harry Edelson, who is also the author of a new book called Positivity recommends careful contemplation of the following questions:
“Taking the time to ask and answer these questions as seriously and as completely as possible is a great first step on the road to personal fulfillment,” says Harry Edelson. “Write down your answers and use them to plot a plan of action to improve your life.”
Are you ready to fight off complacency and take your life to the next level? With hard work, perseverance and a spark of imagination, you can make your future better than your present.