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What Would You Do If You Weren't Afraid?
on 23 September 2011
A great story about two mice who do better when they are faced with change because they keep things very simple, while the two little humans with the combination of their complex brains and human emotions complicate things. It's not that the mice are smarter than the little humans, it's just that habit, ego, fear and a sense of entitlement get in the way of the little humans progression to formulate simple changes in their lives.
A wonderful book that every parent should give to their child and by using the cheese as a metaphor, it will allow the child/adult to make changes in all areas of his/her life, whether it be health, relationships, finance, personal development or career.
As we get older we have the tendency to overanalyse things and we begin to fear change, yet by allowing your child to think for him/herself you will allow your child to start using his or her own resourcefulness and initiative.
Go on take a break from watching the TV or surfing the net and spend an hour working out your purpose in life simply by putting into practice what the mice do!! You may just find yourself ahead of 95% of the population who fear change. Obviously through no fault of their own, it's just the way the system has programmed them.