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I think what motivates people to change is their desire for self-improvement As I see it every human being at some point in time has to succumb to an innate yearning for change Whether it is a change in someones life surroundings or character everyone must pursue the urge to change for the better for with change comes new experiences insights and opportunities that make you wiser and more adaptive to new circumstances Therefore I do not know of any better motivator for change than a persons will that is probably why the saying Where theres a will theres a way is so popular Eventually change has to come and I know a man who has done a fine job at instituting change in a once war-torn country He is none other than Mr Rafik Hariri Lebanons former prime minister who has meticulously devoted all his efforts to the restoration of the country as an exceptional tourist destination as it once was before the devastating civil war that is now fortunately in the past Mr Hariris will for change in Lebanon extended far and wide for he was a well-traveled man who went to any length to help Lebanon in the three times he was elected as prime minister during which he traveled the world kindly asking world leaders to help contribute to the reducing of Lebanons debt and the rebuilding of its infrastructure All the major countries contributed in one way or the other and soon new hotels restaurants apartment buildings and schools were built Today Lebanon is once again becoming the bustling city it once was its debt gradually being repaid and its economy revived all thanks to Hariris unprecedented efforts and perdeverence As in this example change is gradual but when it is for the good of someone or something its effects are reconciling to everyone and that is why a persons will is
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