One by One

"You cannot change your destination overnight, but you can change your direction overnight."

There is a part of your brain called the amygdala whose job it is to keep you safe by preventing you from making major changes in your life.

Any time it senses you're going to upset the status quo, it releases stress hormones into your body to "encourage" you to give up and go back to "the way things always have been".

Taking one small action a day outsmarts the amygdale by sneaking past its radar. Yet the cumulative effects of these single daily actions will be nothing short of life-changing.

When you are used to doing one thing, two things is easy. When you are used to doing fifty, fifty-one is just as simple. What is one small daily action you could begin taking to make changes in the important areas of your life?

Here are some examples to get you started;
To manage stress, I will: Take one deep breath a day
To save money, I will: Put one penny into a jar
To have more time, I will: Get up one minute earlier
Now it's your turn!

Paul McKenna


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