October 24, 2018 |Gideon


How to Create Change Through the Power of Small Things

Small things matter. More than you might realise. So many people think that in order to create change in their lives, they need to do something big. But, nothing is further from the truth.

Yes, taking massive action is important to get momentum, but you can also take massive action on something small.

When you take massive action on something small and keep going, the compounding effect will eventually kick in.

There is no point to come sprinting out of the blocks only to slow down and eventually stop 200m into a 5000m race! None!

Yet, that’s how many people try and create change in problematic or painful areas of their lives.

The only problem is, that’s not how you create change that lasts.

Slow and steady does win the race many times.

If you can identify the goal or new result you’re trying to achieve, and commit to the biggest small step that will start moving you in that direction, and keep at it – you will win.

That’s a formula for success.

Not treating every challenge like a sprint because as with sprinting, you burn through the necessary fuel to maintain that speed very quickly.

If you want to create change in your life, there is power in small, slow and steady.

I talk more about it in the video below. Check it out.

How to Create Change Through the Power of Small Things

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Live and love fully my Friend!



About the author


Gideon is the founder of TheRelationshipGuy.com, a top-50 relationship blog (2021) and top-100 marriage blog (2021) focused on providing healthy relationship advice about love and life. He earned a Master's degree in theological studies before training as a professional counsellor and hypnotherapist (DipProfCouns., DipMSHT.) almost 10 years ago. He is currently pursuing further graduate Psychology studies at Massey University while working as a relationship and dating blogger the majority of the time. He has been married to his wife for over fifteen years and is the father of two children.

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