“When I met [insert name here] my life changed.”
“When I discovered how to [insert skill here] life was never the same.”
We live in a culture that is always looking for a magic pill. We want the diet that will help us lose weight, the gadget that will help us be more productive, or the secret hack that will make us money.
What we often don’t realize is that these “magic pills” or “it changed my life” moments are not what we should be seeking.
Our lives change every day and the driving force is not some circumstance or technique.
It is the small, smart choices, completed consistently over time that make us into who we are today and determine where we are going.
Even if you have an “it changed my life” moment, it is what you do with it that makes the difference — not the event in and of itself.