Finding symmetries in an unsymmetrical world ..

20/20

Posted on: June 5, 2009

Back at school, 20/20 excited us so much, so much that only later we took it for granted, and as we grew up, the marks deceased from20 to 19 to 17, to 9.

So what was it when the class teacher drew a star on your right cheek, and your wrist, or gave you a candy every time you scored a 20, afterall many others did get it too.

It was “Creating a model of success”, a small achievable goal which leads you into believing that things are very much doable.

In his book our Iceberg is melting, the author John Kotter talks about producing short term wins by creating some visible, unambiguous successes as soon as possible.

So today, choose not to just think it over, but to CREATE something, which further affirms your belief in an activity or a goal.
Create small measurable goals and milestone, and keep working , it is easier to wok on granulated problems then on a heap, for it will scare you to take the initial plunge.

This day just choose to DO.

 

~

ek

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