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Too often we underestimate the power of the small choices and actions we make and do every day. Most of our time in life is made of small acts, sometimes apparently insignificant. But, each one of them contributes to building your identity. And, most importantly, while you may not have control over the big events that happen in your life, you surely can choose how you want to show up every day.

I love how James Clear explains the power of the daily action in his book Atomic Habits.

“Every action you take is a vote for the type of person you wish to become. No single instance will transform your beliefs, but as the votes build up, so does the evidence of your new identity.”

So, who are you voting for today?

This post is inspired by the Be The Change card I pick this morning; “How do I show up every day” and by the realisation that the writer within me reached 500 votes this morning.

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One Reply to “One Apple A Day #500 – who are you voting for today?1 min read

  1. I like this idea. It reminds me of the ‘incremental gains’ concept towards high performance. It seems doable. I was ‘voting’ for gratitude this morning on the way to work, reminding myself about every person in my life who has given me something. Why? Because just before that I was thinking mean thoughts and ruining my day! Thanks Fabio, Ian

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