Charles Darwin, photographed by Julia Margaret...

Charles Darwin, photographed by Julia Margaret Cameron (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Charles Darwin theorized that success went to individuals best able to adapt to change, not necessarily to the strongest or the smartest or the fastest.  Changes are most likely to affect, most dramatically, individuals who are the least able to adapt effectively to them.  What’s my advice?  The next time you consider pushing back or dragging your feet in response to a change…. Don’t.

Michael Dennis, MBA, CBF, LCM

Michael Dennis, MBA, CBF, LCM

By Michael C. Dennis.  Michael has authored more than 1,000 essays on the Encyclopedia of Credit.  Please visit:  www.encyclopediaofcredit.com


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3 Responses to “Time For A Change? – Michael Dennis, CBF”

  1. Deanette says:

    Agreed! It is best to push through as quickly as possible. 🙂

  2. Ralph says:

    The evolutionary winners have had to endure and overcome the harsh and cruel circumstances dealt them by nature. They needed to become stronger, faster, smarter.

    What do those of us who are faced with the circumstances of modern day stupidity and lack of common sense do? I’m unwilling to become stupid or sign on to the nonsense.

    All I can think to do is grin & bear it… But for how long?

  3. Eddy Sumar says:

    On Target!

    We all need to become agents of and for change.

    We need to become masters of our destiny.

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