Humans are habit forming creatures.
Generally we are comfortable with a predictable routine in our lives. Introduce change, we feel disruption and anxiety sets in.
Even when change is introduced which would make life, work and just about anything easier, more efficient and effective, we humans reflexively fight against the change or changes.
This lines up perfectly with what’s going on right here, right now.
For over ten years – each week an article is sent out right here and on various social and other outlets.
What’s happening right now – well you’re already into it – and I do thank you for that –
Mitch’s Musings – once a month – there’ll be Mitch’s Musings.
Is it going to be a rant?
Are you going to run for a political office?
Will you be getting your own radio show with that voice?
Mmmm a podcast is coming does that count?
Each week there will still be an article as usual, however one of these weeks will be for Mitch’s Musings.
Mitch’s Musing are a slice of thoughts and reflections open for discussion, comments and dialogue.
It will be brief. Long enough to get the point across and short enough not to require 15 minutes for anyone to read.
Hopefully everyone will appreciate the change and introduce others to this subscription which remains at no cost and includes a monthly book suggestion, year end list of the past year’s books, a Monday Motivation and more. Here’s the link to pass on: https://mitchtublin.com/sign-up/
This week as these changes are taking place and change is the topic.
Think about the entire dialogue on EV. Electric Vehicles.
In total, less than 200,000 are manufactured each year. A flea compared to petroleum powered vehicles. However, EV are here to stay and grow.
Think about when the automobile was first being introduced.
All people would do is point out the issues, the problems and why it would never succeed. Henry Ford said, “if I asked people what they wanted, they would have said, faster horses!”
Similarly, all aspects related to EV are being challenged with speed bumps, roadblocks and dead ends. These are politically imposed, government regulated, and lobbied by deep pocketed organizations and companies.
At the end of the day this is all about change.
People don’t like change.
If you care about the environment, recognize disruption is part of change, and see how the internet has changed our very lives as AI is about to – EV will be all over the place sooner than later.
What do you think?
Mitch Tublin is an entrepreneur and founder of Wenkroy International LLC, a boutique consulting company with a main focus of adding value to people. Through speaking, training and coaching clarity is achieved and distractions are reduced. People now focus on what matters most. My passion is to take people to the next level in their life and in their career and business.