Change Is the Only Constant

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ASSIGNMENT –II (Quality Management)

“Change is the only constant”

ASSIGNED BY: SUBMITTED BY:

RUPAM BARUAH BARSHA DUTTA

ASSAM INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT

“Change is the only constant”
Life is continuously changing. People move, children grow up, careers change, health is compromised, people gain their health back, the climate changes, and life cycles begin and end. Whether a person can adapt to these changes and become a proactive participant in a constantly changing world is a key component in “full
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They become frightened, may have panic attacks, and develop debilitating fears. They often develop phobias toward everyday responsibilities of living. Their careers are shaky, their relationships struggle, they feel a sense of impending doom, and they tend to become maudlin and depressed.
Childhood coping mechanisms that are used in adulthood, such as tantrums, pleasure seeking and comfort seeking are sometimes methods that are used to avoid needed change. The result of this is usually plummeting self-confidence, loneliness, despair, depression, anxiety, lost resources and emotional instability.
The individual watches others move on to build joyous lives while he or she wallows in yesteryear, trying to hide from today’s responsibilities. All of this is based on the desire to be happy, but because of the perceived lack of options, the person keeps returning to activities, methods and relationships that bring only fleeting moments of happiness, usually followed by remorse and self-pity.
The most defining characteristic of fully mature people is their ability to initiate and embrace internal and external changes. Adaptation to change is native to everyone. Yet, some do not accept it, no matter how much unhappiness must be endured to reject change or to ignore normal adult responsibilities. Look at a person embittered by the untimely death of a loved one and who becomes incapacitated because
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