Felicia Searcy
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Felicia Searcy | 10/9/13 – Weekly Words of Wealth – Experience in Concord
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10/9/13 – Weekly Words of Wealth – Experience in Concord

10/9/13 – Weekly Words of Wealth – Experience in Concord

When I was in Concord recently, I met a gentleman who played the part of a revolutionary war soldier. He was fully dressed in the outfit of the minuteman who dropped everything in order to fight the British. The actor commented on how uncomfortable the shoes were and how in that day, people did not have a left and a right shoe. They were both exactly the same. It was not until the early 1800’s that we had a different shoe for each foot. That tiny, little change revolutionized the level of function and comfort shoes offered. Somebody got tired enough of uncomfortable feet that they were willing to make a minor adjustment that revolutionized the practicality of footwear.

Right now, scan your life and just notice if there is an area where you feel discomfort. Have you simply tolerated the situation because you can’t see how to improve it? What if the situation just needed a simple adjustment rather than a complete overhaul? What if it really could be as simple as making a left and a right shoe?

Real transformation can be easy as a simple change of perception and slight adjustment in the way you do things. This week, take time to examine those areas of discomfort in your life and look for the small changes you can make to create greater results in your world.

Here’s to the small shifts,


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