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Three Levels of Change in Life You Can Never Escape!

There Is a smart way to change the way you see yourself

By Kabinga Charline MazabaPublished 4 months ago 3 min read
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We all know change is inevitable. But did you know there are different types of change? In this blog post, we'll explore the three levels of change—outcome change, process change, and identity change—so that you can better understand the changes happening in your life.

Outcome Change: This is the most superficial level of change and usually has to do with changing external circumstances. For example, getting a new job, going on vacation, or buying a new house are all examples of outcome changes. While these changes can be positive, they are often temporary and don't lead to lasting satisfaction.

Process Change: Process changes are more internal and focus on changing the way you do things. For example, quitting smoking, going to the gym regularly, or eating healthier are all examples of process changes. These changes often require more effort to maintain but can lead to lasting satisfaction.

Identity Change: Identity changes are the most profound and involve changing who you are as a person. For example, becoming more confident, overcoming an addiction, or becoming a parent are all examples of identity changes. These changes can be the most difficult to make but can also lead to the most lasting satisfaction.

3 Ways To Change The Way You See Yourself:

1.Challenge your negative self-talk - We all have that little voice in our head that tells us we can't do something or that we're not good enough. The first step to changing the way you see yourself is to start challenging that negative self-talk. Whenever you catch yourself thinking something negative about yourself, stop and ask yourself whether it's really true. More often than not, you'll find that it's not.

2.Focus on your successes, not your failures - It's human nature to dwell on our failures and brush off our successes. But if you want to change the way you see yourself, it's important to focus on your successes instead of your failures. Make a point of celebrating your accomplishments, no matter how small they may be. Over time, You'll start to see yourself in a more positive light.

3. Surround yourself with positive people - The people we surround ourselves with have a big impact on the way we see ourselves. If you're constantly around people who are putting you down or making you feel bad about yourself, it's going to be tough to see yourself in a positive light. On the other hand, If you surround yourself with positive people who believe in you, it will be much easier for you to believe in yourself as well.

In order to change the way you see yourself, you need to become more aware of your thoughts and beliefs about who you are. Start paying attention to the things you say to yourself -- both the positive and negative things. Once you're aware of your self-talk, you can start to challenge the negative beliefs.

No matter what kind of change you're facing in your life, remember that you have the power to control how that change affects you. If you can keep a positive outlook and focus on making process or identity changes, you'll be more likely to find lasting satisfaction.

If You Change The Way You See Yourself, You Can Change Your Life

The bottom line is this: how you see yourself has a big impact on your life. If you want to gain confidence and achieve your goals, it's time for a change. It's time to start seeing yourself as the strong, capable person that you are — because we think that once you do, there really is no limit to what you can achieve!

© Kabinga Charline Mazaba. All rights reserved.

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About the Creator

Kabinga Charline Mazaba

- Blogger & Content Writer

- Founder of the clothing brand "Lifemotiva": a mission to inspire people to live their best lives.

- I help people who have experienced trauma in their lives to heal and move forward.

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