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A Chaos Theory
  for Change
You want to change.
Or make one.
Or make one.
But you don't
 know how.
But you don't
 know how.
Or where to start.
Or where to start.


  ?
Or where to start.


  ?
Or where to start.


  ?
You could face it
   head on...
But it scares you.
Or seems too big.
Or you've tried before.
Again.
And again.
And again.
That's okay.
There's still something
     you can do.
Change something
   else instead.
(Um, what?)
That’s right.
Change something
   else instead.
(??)
We're complicated
    creatures.
And subject to
 momentum.
Which means a
change over here
Can start a change
    over there
Can start a change
    over there
Simply because we've
   started moving.
We've started
 changing.
We've started
 changing.
(I   Newton.)
One change means
another is possible.
One change means
another is possible.
And likely.
Which builds your
   capability.
And your con dence.
Which makes
that other change
 a little less scary.
Which makes
that other change
 a little less scary.
And
a little more doable.
(!!)
So go on, butter y.
Flap those wings.
And see what
change you bring.
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    1. 1. A Chaos Theory for Change
    2. 2. You want to change.
    3. 3. Or make one.
    4. 4. Or make one.
    5. 5. But you don't know how.
    6. 6. But you don't know how.
    7. 7. Or where to start.
    8. 8. Or where to start. ?
    9. 9. Or where to start. ?
    10. 10. Or where to start. ?
    11. 11. You could face it head on...
    12. 12. But it scares you.
    13. 13. Or seems too big.
    14. 14. Or you've tried before.
    15. 15. Again.
    16. 16. And again.
    17. 17. And again.
    18. 18. That's okay.
    19. 19. There's still something you can do.
    20. 20. Change something else instead.
    21. 21. (Um, what?)
    22. 22. That’s right.
    23. 23. Change something else instead.
    24. 24. (??)
    25. 25. We're complicated creatures.
    26. 26. And subject to momentum.
    27. 27. Which means a change over here
    28. 28. Can start a change over there
    29. 29. Can start a change over there
    30. 30. Simply because we've started moving.
    31. 31. We've started changing.
    32. 32. We've started changing.
    33. 33. (I Newton.)
    34. 34. One change means another is possible.
    35. 35. One change means another is possible.
    36. 36. And likely.
    37. 37. Which builds your capability.
    38. 38. And your con dence.
    39. 39. Which makes that other change a little less scary.
    40. 40. Which makes that other change a little less scary.
    41. 41. And a little more doable.
    42. 42. (!!)
    43. 43. So go on, butter y.
    44. 44. Flap those wings.
    45. 45. And see what change you bring.
    46. 46. www.brasstackthinking.com
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