Why today’s the day that things could change

I’m sure you’ll be familiar with the general concept of ‘the moment that changed my life’, the stuff of which compelling stories are told.

Perhaps it was when great lovers first met, when an individual discovered they had an amazing talent or – maybe – when something terrible happened to someone.

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Such life-changing moments can happen in the blink of an eye, but by their very nature aren’t everyday experiences.

However this needn’t mean that a big fat nothing will happen today.

New experiences give you new ways of seeing things. They open up fresh possibilities.

Now there’s a reasonable chance that you read these little Moodnudges posts at roughly the same time of day, and this means there will be 48 hours before the arrival of the next.

2,880 minutes. 172,800 seconds. (OK, rather fewer than that now as the clock’s ticking while you’re reading, but I’m sure you get my point.)

Little will change unless you let it, so why not do just that today?

We’re probably not talking earth-shattering transformation (although you never know). But there’s a good deal of sense in taking the road less-travelled, even if it’s simply a case of turning left instead of right at least once today.

One thought on “Why today’s the day that things could change

  1. Hi Jon, Well this spoke to me today, not that the other posts didn’t but sometimes things happen for the best even if you don’t think so at the time. I love getting these bits of wisdom and it does allow me to reflect. Thank you!

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