Every day we wake up and want to change something about our circumstances.
We want to declutter.
We want to change some aspects of how we look possibly.
We want to change something in a relationship that we're in.
We want to change our financial situation.
We want to change something. And we're working hard to start that change but the reality is if we don't actually change our patterns, our habits, our mindset, whatever it is that needs changing...if we don't change something, we can't expect anything else to change.
You have to make some changes in order to see a different result. If we are doing the same thing over and over and over again but expecting change, it's just not going to happen. It's NEVER gonna happen.
If we want to make a difference in our own lives, shift something from one point to another or improve our circumstances, actively do things differently. Otherwise, we're not going to have a different outcome.
So, my challenge for you this week is to come up with a small change that you can make. An actual change.
What can you change to get you one step closer towards whatever goal it is that you are working on?
If you wake up every morning and you think, “I want a decluttered house.” And then you go about your day and you do not declutter anything, you won't get any closer to your decluttering, right?
If you are looking to change your mindset but you fight against any advice instead of just maybe trying it out, no change will probably happen.
So take that scary step and change something very tiny and then watch the ripple effect.
At the retreat last weekend, the amount of change, growth, and empowerment was overwhelming! I have watched our fellow clutter bosses step way outside of their comfort zone and start to make a change in the way that they look at things, the way they interact with others, and the way that they just set themselves up for safely taking that next step. And that is what this community is for.
If you need support making that change, please know that you have so many people here who can virtually hold your hand as you take that very first step. And do not ever hesitate to ask for that support.