February 14, 2022

Making a difference the simple way

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If something is simple,
…it is more likely to be practical
If it is practical,
…it is more likely to be used
If it is used,
…it is more likely to make a difference

So, look at something you want to do, a change you want to make.

From the perspective of those who need to do it, is it simple?

Hint: you might need to ask them 🙂

If it does not look simple to those who must do it,
1. Re-define it so it seems simple
2. Or break it down into smaller simple pieces.

Now, go do it, and make a difference out there!

My best wishes, Paul

Paul Matthews

CEO and Founder of People Alchemy

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