Changing Habits to “Create Big Results”

Status quo behaviour has no emotion or connectedness to its character and as an educator we should never see this type of behaviour found in any form within our system. There’s a huge difference between being a groove and being in a rut…do you know where your stakeholders would place you?

Change is not the journey most want to be first to sign-up for, but if we remain in our comfort zone too long it is likely to turn into a “rut” and our habits become more difficult to overcome. The article below provides small behavioural steps to start your behavioural journey…embracing change will not only help with personal/professional growth, but it will also help you maintain your “grove” in life!

Keystone Habits: 7 Small Changes That Create Big Results


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