Small Changes that Lead to Big Reactions


April 16, 2013

Ever notice how a small change you make leads to big differences in how people respond to you? What small change(s) could you make that would make you more effective?

Thoughts? I'd love to hear your comments below!

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I know what you mean Yvonne...I have a prep routine that becomes too, well, routine too easily, so I have to be diligent as well. This haircut has forced me to re-think whether my routines are helpful! Glad we got you thinking!
Jonathan Reitz at 5:09pm EDT - April 17, 2013
Hey Jonathan, I thought this was a great point. I think I may have fallen into some routines myself.. as a result, my clients may be falling into habitual responses. I'm going to try to find ways to shift things a bit and see what happens. Thanks!
yvonne mann at 2:51pm EDT - April 17, 2013

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