So much of my life at the moment is about trying things while knowing they might not work. So keep trying. I’m cheering you on.
From the Blog on mindset
One of the ways our brains look to filter everything we experience into the frameworks we understand the world through.
In change, angels often also abound. It is when they tend to do their most important work. If we look for them. If we let them.
I’m a big fan of incremental change – 1% change each day. And yet sometimes I wonder if this thinking holds me back, is it the wrong mindset?
Change makers understand trade offs. Any form of change requires patience. Perhaps patience is the joy giver, not the joy killer.
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?
I put a lot of effort into making lunch yesterday – it turned out to be a complete flop. Effort doesn’t always give us the results we want.
Crop rotation, in your veg garden or in a farmer’s field, is often beneficial. Can humans benefit from the same process?
Change is about jumping into a story that is already being told and impacting the storyline. It is a mindset.