Building Momentum Through Small Daily Actions

How to create new habits that generate the results you want.

Navigating change or overcoming a crisis or major obstacle can be challenging for any leader.  Whether the change is planned or not, getting back on track and rebuilding momentum is definitely the desired result.

When you create a commitment to yourself  - one that focuses on yourself as the leader and leads to taking action that stimulates positive change great things happen. 

The first step in my SPARK process to building momentum involves looking at yourself as the leader.  From there, when you take a look at your own behaviour and make small shifts, you can create a ripple-effect that emanates throughout the team, the organization and beyond.  Just imagine how much easier it will be to get the results and momentum you want.  

I invite you to get started today by making your first commitment to momentum through 2021 and beyond!

Over the next 30 - 45 days, you will invest 1-2 minutes each day in yourself and your desired commitment that will get you started in creating positive behaviour change.

Yes, its that easy!

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Stewart Butterfield, the founder of Slack, on the true definition of innovation:

"The best — maybe the only? — real, direct measure of 'innovation' is change in human behaviour. In fact, it is useful to take this way of thinking as definitional: innovation is the sum of change across the whole system, not a thing which causes a change in how people behave. No small innovation ever caused a large shift in how people spend their time and no large one has ever failed to do so."

Source: We Don’t Sell Saddles Here