Do You Also Believe That Some Things Should Change?

Last Update: March 25, 2015

The other day I was looking at myself and realized that there are some “Things” that will never change for example the way I love my children! Even if they do some “Stupid Things,” I am still going to love each of my kids. Sure, I may be disappointed in them because sometimes they don’t really want my advice and probably won’t take it. Yet, things like these will not lessen my love for my kids.

I believe that my children know that I will always love them. I wonder if they derive a certain security from knowing that my love for them is a “Constant,” just as my love for creator.

Well, the point I would like to make here is that, I feel that our websites are a little different. Yes, we do love them too. It is unlikely that we will ever stop loving our websites either. We do have a great deal more control over “Things” in our websites than we do over changes of “Things” in our children.

If you are like me, when I bring a new website into the world, it is my baby. I have all kinds of expectations for it. I send out birth announcements. When it doesn’t stand up by itself in the first three months, I may be a trifle disappointed. If it isn’t walking by the end of its first year, I asked myself where did I went wrong.

As none of us were ever born good parents, we are not natural born webmasters either. Parenting skills are learned from our own parents, and by making mistakes. Most of us did not have parents to learn web skills from, that is why I am for ever grateful for WA and its community, otherwise our learning could have been through trial and error.

Fortunately, WA has really shorten up our learning curves, that is why if we pay attention, we can make “Things” better on our website by making changes.

But have you also observed that change is not easy? Is it may be because most of us have spent a lifetime building credibility and the last thing we want to do is something that might cause us to loose our good names or compromise our reputations.

There are times when I ask myself might ask that what if people who are used to the way my site looks being the same feel threatened when I make changes or offer business opportunities?

Well,one thing which I would like you to take from this post is that, I hope that if we really have proven ourselves over the long~haul to be reputable, like our kids, our return website visitors will learn to trust us because they are secure in their knowledge that we love them too.

In fact, like our children, our website visitors may come to realize that change may be good and return often to see what good changes have we made on our website.

So, you see! I now do believe that some “Things” should change. Like Websites. What about you?

Love ya!

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KatieMac Premium
Well said with you on this one, it is a nurturing task in creating sites
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stopscamming Premium
Hello Katie dearest
It has been very long . I cannot believe how busy I have been with my full time job. Thank you very much for your comments.
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JewelCarol Premium
I totaly agree with you, sis Loide!! :) We need to make changes sometimes, lol. :)
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stopscamming Premium
Exactly, sis. Thanks for your beautiful comment.
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JewelCarol Premium
You are welcome, my dear sis. ;)
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sdawson Premium
Great blog. thanks. Shirley
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stopscamming Premium
You are most welcome Shirley.
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gombirot Premium
That is quite a powerful analogy. I think one of the things that happens, is that we tend to expect too much from ourselves which then drives us to be too critical.
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So we need to slow down a little and be happy with that which we create or love knowing fully well that in time it will blossom into perfection.

Tich
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stopscamming Premium
I am glad to hear that Tich. Enjoy your day.
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