Recognizing change, preparing, and adapting make it easier to let go. Staying with the old decayed objective only serves to expand the spiral of defeat. Letting go means realizing that there are new more worthwhile objectives in meeting change head on. Leaving the old behind also leads to self satisfaction and the freedom to leave the trap behind and pursue change through new opportunities. “The Quicker You Let Go Of Old Cheese, The Sooner You Find New Cheese” (Johnson, 2004, p. 60).
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