Resisting change

Don’t you find it curious that we resist change, even when we know the change will result in something positive?

Changing the way we eat will have us be healthier (in most cases). Changing how we tackle some of our most routine tasks could result in completing the task in less time (or in no time, if we are willing to outsource it).

Altering the way we deal with our time, our schedule, can have an enormous impact on our productivity and level of satisfaction.

The pull of the routine is huge. Habitual action doesn’t require any real thinking. And how often does it actually impede the very result we are working toward?

Many people avoid certain actions because they view change as permanent. But what if you viewed it as a test of a different approach? An experiment to determine relative effectiveness?

You can always go back to the way you did it before…

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