If we think of ourselves as a ping pong ball, we never know if our ball is going to be the one that raises the ship.
From the Blog on consistency
Change can often feel bleak. It can feel like no progress is being made. Sometimes it needs a lot of patience and a few ‘sunny’ days
Most organisations, teams, most of us really are hoping for an app we can download and use. A quick fix. Easy pesy. Bish bash bosh. Done.
Today is the day we bring people together, listen, share, and bend the arc of change. Wherever we are. Whatever change we are working on.
If you have a penny and doubled each day, it will turn into over ten million dollars after 30 days. Compounding impacts change too.
What if each day for the next year, we paused for 3 minutes a day, and wrote a thank you to someone for a gift they gave?
There is a fine line between stubborn and consistency. Change is disruptive to both and often response is more stubbornness.
Consistently showing up day after day after day is viewed as boring, unattractive, and not noteworthy. And may be one of the most powerful.
what if instead of trying to change everything (or our team, organisation, etc.) today, we try to be 1% better today than yesterday?