I am writing about this subject matter because it affects all of us on a daily basis. Each day we transform ourselves through our thoughts, actions or a life event. The people around us may be a strong influence on the types of changes we wish to make.
The transformation process affects any area of your life which you desire to change or which life forces us to change. Whatever it is that you wish to change in your life; it only takes ONE single thought followed by a positive action for the transformation process to begin.
What you will need to make the transformation occur: Figure out what it is that you wish to change. I want to change ___(you fill this in). You will need a positive attitude in order to be successful. A clear vision of your expectations; how you expect to look, feel or act; before, during and after your transformation. You have to put in the necessary work in order for the transformation to occur. You have to make the time in your schedule to nourish the change you desire! And finally, you have to realize that there may be obstacles along the way, being prepared ahead of time will make it easier to overcome those obstacles. Think of different scenarios and have your objections ready.
A couple of tips: If you are a visual person, post a sticky note on your computer stating what it is that you wish to transform or make a vision board. Speak what your goal is out loud a few times throughout the day to remind yourself of your goal. As you expand your horizons and change your physical or mental self, you will begin to seek out like-minded people.
For those who are bored, afraid or are just plain fed up: If you want a change to occur but are unsure of how to begin the process, you need to do a little soul searching. Start with the basics. What area in your life do you want to change? Whatever the change is, you have to be prepared to do the work that is needed to bring it to fruition. This is not a time to be lazy or to remain comfortable! Change requires breaking free of your daily routines, it requires you to work at what you want and it requires you to stay focused. As we get older in life we settle into our routines, we get comfortable. Some people either are content this way, some give up on trying or they don’t feel that it is not necessary to change.
It is so much easier to turn on the TV and not think about things. It is so much easier to eat unhealthy rather than to eat healthy. It is easier to point out changes that others may need to make rather than focus on ourselves. It is so much easier to not do the work needed than to do the hard work that is required. Remember, it only takes one positive thought followed by a positive action for the transformation process to begin.
When the transformation turns into fruition: This is the best part! There is no better feeling than the feeling you have when you have reached your goal. And the fun part is when you transform one thing in your life you start to transform other areas as well. I have seen transformation both bad and good in people. I have seen people who want to move forward who end up just giving up. This is why it is important to keep your desire for change alive! Get comfortable in your new routine. Stay true to the changes that you made in your routine that have made you become successful! If you do go astray, get back into focus. Figure out where your weakness was and overcome that obstacle.
Always maintain an open mind; this will help you during your process. It doesn’t matter if you are you an introvert or an extrovert, you can transform anything that you want to, you just have to have the desire to do it. Never be afraid to reach out to others who may be able to help you along your journey. The world is full of some pretty amazing people, be open and let them help you reach your goal.

Author's Bio: 

My name is Tami Principe and I created my website, http://www.WomensRecreation.com, as a source of hope and encouragement to others. I am a Motivational Speaker, Author, Blogger, Radio Talk Show Host, and a Breast Cancer Survivor. I am also the author of four books, "Walk in Peace," & "My Soulful Journey," & "The Wishing Well," and "The Green Rabbit." My radio show is http://www.BlogTalkRadio.com/womensrecreation, feel free to listen to the archives.