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Small Changes Create Momentum

When your goal is to reach 25 pushups, the smart path is to start with doing just two. When your goal is to organize your closet, the best path is to start with just your pants. When your goal is to change your team meetings, it is a good idea to begin by first changing how the meeting starts and ends. 

Instead of making big changes, start by making the smallest reasonable change. By starting with the tiniest change, you make change easy. Small changes create momentum and the much needed motivation to keep the path toward bigger goals clear. The smallest change is always a great place to start to build new habits or to achieve lofty goals. 

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