Do something small today.
No, I mean it. Specifically choose to do something small today.
You probably already know this, but it’s good to hear it again – It is the small choices you make in your day-to-day life that affect the bigger picture.
When I first wrote about choice in my Three Words for 2014, I said that you can choose to take specific actions and then deal with their effects. Choice is an unusual word – it’s a small word with big implications.
In a split second, you can choose a path that could potentially affect you for the rest of your life. Do you want the blue pill or the red pill?
Alternately, whether or not you have chicken or tofu for dinner isn’t likely to shift the earth!
When I was in high school, I remember taking all these ‘career choice’ surveys and finding out where my talents would be best applied in order to lead a ‘responsible and fulfilling’ life. Although they were an interesting personality/interest marker at the time, I certainly did not see myself as being an opera singer and singing teacher in the results of those surveys.
In the past year (or so), a friend made an important choice. She left her ‘safe’ day job and struck out on her own to create her own business. Her choices created Sweet Memory Art, so much more than just a jewellery and story collage creating enterprise. She is seeing success and fulfillment through the creative choices she makes.
Choices are before us all the time. What will you choose to grow and be? The smallest choice can make the biggest wave.
Share some of the choices you have made that had (unexpectedly) larger implications…