If there is one thing I don’t like, it’s “things we can’t change”.
I guess it’s my optimism.
It’s also my belief that most of the things we can’t change mainly require the decision to change them.
Interestingly I like constraints. They stimulate my creativity.
Constraints simply reduce the number of things we have to think about and focus our energy on a specific project.
Most of the constraints we use are a choice.
That’s where it’s interesting to combine both ideas.
What if the change we are looking at is linked to a constraint?
It opens up the space to question who is responsible for the constraint.
Any time it’s nature, there is a probability that it can’t be changed.
Any time it’s society, there is a high probability that it takes time to make that change happen.
Any time it’s you, it becomes a choice.