Boost your Change Mindset: 'Take action'
Let's start with the adventures of the 'Fellowship of the Change Mindset': Frodo, Gandalf, Gimli, the Elf, The Nazgul and the mysterious Cleaning Guy.
Get into action
Suspending judgement and generating a lot of ideas is a smart move if you want to allow change to happen. But without action, it has just been a nice thinking exercise. You have to bring your ideas into action if you want to go from creativity to real innovation. Taking a lot of small actions might be a very good approach to break the procrastination habit.
Difference between plan and reality
There’s quite often a different path between the plan and reality. What looks very logical in our head or on paper is not always the way in which the outside world reacts to our plan. You will have to adapt your plan constantly.
Take a Nano Action
What is the first, small step that you can take - within 48 hours - to check if an idea or project has potential?
Breaking the Procrastination habit
Most of us are occasionally guilty of procrastinating. This is quite logical because we're juggling all the time with competing priorities which all require attention, time and energy. You will learn a very simple method to break the procrastination habit.
‘The piano stairs’ is an initiative from the funtheory.com. The stairs will play notes of a melody or piano tones when people walk on them. These artworks stimulate people to take the stairs instead of the elevator or escalator.