“The best way to change the world is in concentric circles; start with yourself and work your way out from there.”
—James Clear, author of Atomic Habits
Whenever I think of concentric circles I see an archery target.
As a kid, I had the terrific opportunity to go to Camp Indian Lake in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania every summer.
Archery was a skill we all had the chance to experience. Drawing the bow and setting our sights on the bullseye was always the goal, and no one ever got hurt.
Today, the thought of giving a bunch of 10-year-olds bows and arrows seems pretty crazy!
As an adult, playing darts fits nicely in this concentric circle concept, where the spokes and areas beyond the bullseye come into play.
How can you change the world by applying this concentric circle idea to yourself and the world around you?