Suddenly the problem seems massive and overwhelming, there is so much to change and so many ideas, they all seem intertwined and interdependent, so where is the starting point?
Thats when you hit it…
…the wall, and procrastination kicks in, time passes and little is done as numerous rabbit holes are explored. We are told from a young age that a large object requires a large force to move it, but in fact the ripple effect of smaller forces can cause great changes through apparent chaotic chain reactions.
The shorthand is the Butterfly Effect. A butterfly can flap its wings in Peking and in Central Park you get rain instead of sunshine.
Ian Malcolm (1993)
So what do we do? something…
As a species we are self conscious, we learn how to behave by watching others and reacting appropriately. So problems in life remains as no-one else seems bothered, nobody wants to take that first step and do something different, but every great change, every innovation, every truly remarkable advancement of the human race has required some to step up and do something different. The first person to act gives permission to others to follow.
Take 3 minutes to watch this TED video with Derek Sivers…
So what do you do now? Read on, there is one last entry in my Manifesto, it is a cautionary note to balance ‘Do Something Great’, but then subscribe, follow, comment on the things I am doing. Help with my vision, support this “one lone nut…”
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