The "HOW" of Change

Change is hard. We all have to apply real effort to accomplishing anything new or different, right? Well, we hope this post makes your next modification easier. According to research and best practice, change is driven by and accomplished when The 4 C’s of Change are engaged: Choice, Conviction, Commitment, and Compassion.

Change is a choice. It’s that simple, but quite complex and that’s why a predictable process helps fortify the change journey. The 4 C’s of Change provide a step by step guide that anyone can follow to move forward toward their best potential.

According to motivational speaker, life coach, and self-help author, Tony Robbins, “Change happens when the pain of staying the same is greater than the pain of change.” When we suffer as a result of a current process we are motivated to choose change and maintain conviction and commitment toward that change. When we add self-compassion to the mix, we are more likely to weather the difficulties of change and reach accomplishments.

It’s easy to get discouraged during the change process. If you find that change is consistently difficult, it may be time to partner with a supporter that can help you fortify The 4 C’s of Change. Our skilled Coaches understand the process of change, and are eager to support your efforts.


If you are in crisis or in need of immediate support please call:

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255)


6535 Wilshire Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA 90048


(424) 256-9802



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