“What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make” ~ Jane Goodall
Small actions can make a difference. Small actions amplified can make a big difference. So, what kind of difference do you want to make?
- What are you taking a stand for? It is important to know why you are being the way you are, not just that you are doing something. So, dig in here. What values are you honoring by taking a stand.
- What are you tolerating? Many of us have been tolerating too many things for too long. What has been simmering underneath the surface for you? The answer may lead you to the root of action.
- What outcome do you want to create? Get clear on what you want to be different. Focus on that! Let the best of your emotions fuel your courage to take action and create the outcome you want.
- What do you need to let go of? We are changing all the time. What are some of the behaviors, actions, even beliefs that you need to let go of. They have served you but are no longer needed.
- What do you need to step into? Real change happens with a conscious stepping into new action and behaviors.
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