TOTD – August 2, 2012

Changing your life doesn’t require dramatic shifts in your daily routine. For the most part, all it takes is a few tweaks. The key is to continue with those small changes day in, day out. Many people look at these small changes and dismiss them, thinking that it won’t make much of a difference. In the very short term, it probably won’t but spread that over a few months or a few years, and you can expect a completely different outcome for your life.

People who end up with illnesses later on in life didn’t develop them overnight. It took years or even decades of eating bad foods or being inactive. This goes the same for relationships as well, whether it’s with your spouse, kids, or friends. Kissing your spouse a few seconds longer, hugging your kids a bit more often, spending a bit more time with your closest friends, these seemingly insignificant things overtime, can become quite significant.

Likewise, making small, but wrong decisions each day will have a huge impact on your life later on even if it doesn’t seem like a big deal at the moment.

Remember, when it comes to changing your life, it’s the little things you do on a daily basis that determines how your eventual future will play out.

– Kevin Ngo

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