How often when you set out to change something you don’t like do you try to make a huge change?
Have you considered what making a small change might lead to?
Scientists have been looking at this question, see this article in New Scientist http://bit.ly/9hfZ4M . They argue that a range of very simple shifts in events could have profound outcomes for the evolution of life on earth.
But lets look at it from a different perspective… planning a route (orienteering, flying, walking, sailing) if you set out to go somewhere but you are only 1/2 a degree out on setting your course you could wind up many hundreds of kilometers away from your intended goal at the end of the trip.
So if a small shift can lead to a massive change on a global evolutionary stage, or a change of 1/2 a degree can send you way off on a new track…. what can you achieve by making one small shift in your daily patterns or habits that would set you on a path to a newer/better you?
Let me know in the comments.
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What is the only thing you need to know? Well that depends on what the question is really about doesn’t it.
This blog is about resilience and life’s burning issues, but what does that mean and how do I explain it?
To get the background about how this blog came to be you will need to read so how did I get here.
If you want to know the values that underpin why this mission is important to me you please read are you suffering self-development overload?
Choice is a bit of a recurring theme on this blog, so you might also like to check out the posts about making choices.
Problem solving is a subject that also makes frequent appearances within the posts some examples of these types of posts are..solving your biggest problem and when to cut them loose
In fact there a quiet a few themes that keep surfacing on this blog. Although the important thing for me is that the blog is delivering content that YOU would like to read and that YOU would find useful. There is only one way I can do that… that is to encourage you to work your way through a number of the posts and leave comments about what the posts bring out in you and then get in touch with me to let me know if there is some other topics you would like me to cover.