“To better the future, we must disturb the present.”
—Catherine Booth, 19th Century co-founder of The Salvation Army
What comes to mind when you think about goal setting and the achievement of your personal or professional objectives?
What has been your track record in meeting or exceeding your desired intentions?
For many, the course taken is often the path of the New Year’s Resolution — most of which are slowed down or completely stopped by mid-February.
A common reason for giving up may simply be that we believe we must always go big and have tectonic shifts in our reality if we are to realize our dreams of a better future.
Many pioneers in the world of human achievement and behavior suggest it is better to go small.
Books such as Tiny Habits and Atomic Habits point to the power and sustainability of even he smallest of actions taken on a routine basis, producing big, long-term results.
How can and will you make small but subtly disruptive changes in your life to help you realize the better future you desire?