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If you want to keep up with modernity you have no choice but to evolve. You can resist change until the evolving market resists you. #amwriting #blogging #selfimprovement

There’s always something better. A better phone, a better bike, a better restaurant, and better business partners. But to find that newness takes time, trust, and proper funds.

It’s much easier to stick with the status quo.

But at some point the old product or relationship becomes stale; it starts underperforming and getting in the way of your existing expectations. That’s when you need to make a change and look for other something better.

If you want to keep up with modernity you have no choice but to evolve. You can resist change until the evolving market resists you.

Technology is obviously the most rapidly changing. Fax machine anyone? Of course, not everything should be tweaked. You can’t trade in your family. Love is not fungible. Plus, some things are just incredibly convenient; why try another coffee shop if Starbucks truly makes you satisfied?

Do what makes you happy but be open to changing certain things, especially if the old way puts you at a comparative disadvantage. Keep up, conform where necessary, and love what you already have.

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By Wells Baum

Wells Baum is a daily blogger who writes about Life & Arts. He's also the author of Discvr.blog and four books.