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Who says socks have to match? The rules and habits that run our lives - and why we should Do Something Different.

Who says socks have to match? The rules and habits that run our lives - and why we should Do Something Different.


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  • 1. Who said socks should match?
  • 2. People go through life following all kinds of rules…
  • 3. They don’t question the rules…
  • 4. They get into habits and slavishly follow them. Never daring to think what might happen if they strayed from normality.
  • 5. Here’s one rule people like to follow…
  • 6. Socks must match
  • 7. My socks match People who go through life with the socks-must-match rule are nice and normal. No-one really notices them. The world sees them as a matching-socks kind of person. Nobody’s boat gets rocked.
  • 8.
    • Even though having to have socks that match can waste time in the morning.
    • Or make you wonder if your washing machine is eating them.
  • 9. Who said socks have to match? Where did that rule come from? … and why are you living your life by it? What would happen if you wore odd socks? Yes, you’d save time in the morning….. and
  • 10. People might start to see you as an individual.
  • 11. You’d worry less about silly rules.
  • 12. You’d feel free to be you.
  • 13.
    • People’s minds get troubled when rules that worked for them in the past become habits of the present.
    • Or when they live their life by rules laid down by others.
    • Habits like these lead to mental gridlock.
  • 14.
    • When did you last stop and think about the habits that run your life?
    • What if you stopped some of them?
    • Or had some new ones?
    • Life might start to get a whole lot better.
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