There’s a lot of talk right now about evolution, our own evolution.

Brian Mole took us on a journey at the last SEDA ShowNight with his inheritance tracks, his musical history and how he has evolved from that.

SEDA itself is evolving.  We started this year with a new logo, a new committee, a return to a previous venue and a HUGE ShowNight announcement is on the way that you certainly do not want to miss!

If you were at BPM|PRO you may have caught some of the many presentations from DJ’s about their stories, how they’ve evolved over the years.  One in particular from Euan Bass was incredibly interesting, and whilst it’s something I’ve heard before (and to a degree been part of) we learned about things that have happened to him and his family and how he had to evolve and implement changes to make life better, easier and slightly more comfortable.

In order for this to happen, you have to make changes.  They don’t have to be massive changes, maybe just a few tiny little ones.

How many seminars and presentations have you seen over the years?  How many amazing things have you heard that you want to introduce?  How many of them HAVE you introduced?

You see, there are two sides to this evolution malarky.  Not only do you come up with the ideas and changes, you have to implement them as well and that’s probably the biggest step forward (or backward – in the short term) you have to make.

The actual implementation is the huge leap of faith that you have to overcome.  It may be tied into a huge change in how you market yourself.  That then might mean a new website, new marketing material, a new logo, etc.  How many times have you said, “I’ll get around to it?”

Deep inside, we’re all dab hands at procrastination.  We always leave things to stew until we’re ready to put our heart and soul into something and promote it to project status.

There’s an old maxim that claims a change is as good as a rest and I heartedly agree.  Making changes and actually implementing them is good for your health!  The boost you get is positively tangible!

So, as we start a new week come up with ONE, just one change you are going to make to yourself or your business this week, and actually implement it without delay.  Right now, immediately, no excuses.

It could be something like breaking your working day up into 40-minute segments and then spending the other 20 minutes doing something productive like going for a quick walk, or bike ride.

Or it could be going through your website, checking for spelling and grammatical mistakes, updating your blog, working out how Instagram works, tweeting, making that new promotional video…or the ironing, joining Slimming World, washing the car, arranging a surprise date night for your partner.

Have a great week, and let me know what change you made and how it’s worked out for you 🙂

 

 

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