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Life is change


Life is change.

Change happens in life.

Change happens to life.

Change happens as a result of life.

Life is change.

Embrace change.

Seek change.

Be prepared to change with change.

Life is change.

There is some good in every change. Change transforms.

Change teaches lessons.

Change leads to growth.

Change leads to self actualisation.

Life is change.

PS. It’s worth remembering this:

“Just when the caterpillar thought the world was over, it became a butterfly.” πŸ› πŸ¦‹

Photo credit: https://xperiencedimension.wordpress.com/2016/12/09/change-is-the-only-constant-in-life/

By Nichole McIntosh FRSA

I am a Jamaican-born British nurse, poet, blogger: http://nicholemcintosh.com, vlogger, podcaster, motivational speaker, Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and Editorial Advisor of the Royal College of Nursing Institute’s Nursing Management Journal.

I am also the Founder and Director of Maroon Mindset Unlimited Ltd, a consultancy company that works with the NHS and other systems to learn, think and behave differently.

Follow me on Twitter: @McIntoshNichole
Instagram: @tyrese876 or @maroon.mindset
Facebook Page: @NicholeMcIntoshFRSA
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2 replies on “Life is change”

Deep stuff! True enough though, you never know what in store next. I was diagnosed with throat cancer, but luckily I caught it early and I say ‘I “because my GP said the swelling in my neck was a virus, nothing to worry about. I absolutely insisted on a scan and biopsy which confirmed extremely early stage squamous cell carcinoma. Luckily 6 weeks of radiation and chemotherapy completely eradicated it. Three years later there is no sign of it returning. They will follow me up for 2 more years. In the meantime I’m going to teach English in the Far East. I hope you are well. You seem to have advanced in your career somewhat. Anyway, take care, wishing you all the best for the future.
Regards
David

David Cowan

drdavidcowan@outlook.com

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Thank you David,
I’m so sorry to hear. I pray that you will remain cancer free.
I’ve been diagnosed with a rare condition called erythromelalgia (aka Mitchell’s disease or Man on Fire) and it has completely changed my outlook on life. I’m in a happy place and just started a secondment at Enfield CCG as Head of Clinical Quality this week!
Speak soon
Nichole

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