18 Mar Easy To Do and Just As Easy Not To Do
Making my bed every morning is easy to do, and it’s easy not to do.
Making a list of three things I am grateful for is easy to do, and it’s easy not to do.
Choosing a healthy option off the menu is easy to do, and it’s easy not to do.
Meditating for 10 minutes is easy to do, and it’s easy not to do.
Being positive is easy to do, and it’s easy not to do.
The High5 team recently read The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson and these very simple words of easy to do or easy not to do resonated powerfully with me.
Easy to do moves us towards our outcomes. Easy not to do moves us away from what we say we want. It’s as simple as that. It’s a choice. A choice that requires us to accept personal responsibility for our outcomes. A choice that stops the excuses. A choice that sets us apart from the 95% that will always choose easy not to do.
The little daily easy to do choices add up to big results or said in High5 speak – High5 Choices lead to High5 Moments to create your High5 Life!
Where are you choosing easy not to do, and as a result, you are getting less than is available to you?
What is one easy to do choice you will make today? You are worth it!
Are you ready to find out what’s available to you when you step into your next level of leadership? There is only one way to find out what’s possible – it’s easy to do and easy not to do. If you are ready to begin your journey the first step is a call. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to set it up!