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Do you know what happens when a pilot is off course by even a degree or two? If the problem is not corrected, the plane will end up tens to hundreds of miles from the intended destination depending on the length of the flight.
This concept applies to pretty much any aspect of life. Very small changes in how we do things can make a huge difference over time. The trick is to stick with it.
Here are just a few examples of small changes that can lead to big results:
- Start walking 20 minutes a day. If you already walk each day, add 5-10 minutes to the length of your walk.
- Add an extra serving of fruits or vegetables to each meal.
- Get up 10 minutes early to start your day with meditation.
- Replace one of your store bought cleaning products with a homemade, green version to reduce your toxic load. Each month replace another.
- Spend 10 minutes a day decluttering spot in your home or workspace.
- Take time each day to review your to-do list and goals to ensure you are making progress. Read Getting (and Staying) Organized on doTERRA's blog for ideas to make this work.
You know the areas in your life that you would like to improve or change. Make minor course corrections now and stick with them. You will be amazed at the results!
Share your ideas for small changes or how you have seen this concept work in a comment.