As we make new choices around what we do with our time or how to handle a task, it pays to become aware of our thinking patterns… “do you feel you “should be” doing more? That you’re being lazy? That you’re wasting time and money doing small tasks and taking small steps?”
- It is the very act of making a decision and the commitment to one small thing that builds muscle and confidence to tackle bigger changes.
- It is the commitment to regular small actions which leads to changes that are sustainable.
- It is easier to create new routines and habits with a series of small changes than it is to try and instigate one big change.
- As we focus on one small thing at a time, until we can do it really well, our motivation to move on to the next step will increase.
Sometimes we need to make an adjustment in how we think about what we decide to accomplish each day or week. It is easy to discount the impact small actions, taken on a regular basis, can have on our lives. So start to appreciate the potential of small changes…
So what small actions can you start to implement into your daily or weekly routines? An exercise class once a week? A daily green smoothie? A clear boundary? A current initiative? Make the decision to commit and see how good it can make you feel.
And as always if you need some support with identifying small changes to create the momentum for change call/text Heather on 0212 406 535 or email firstname.lastname@example.org