Quick fixes are an addiction

We love quick fixes. Speed is the most crucial factor for winning in the new world. Fast food to 7 minute workouts to consultants pushing theories to change an organisation or a whole country in 100 days are now common. News headlines scream quick change, because any media likes eyeballs on them. In a week, we all forget. Then we need another quick fix.

It’s nothing short of planting a seed and waiting anxiously to watch the seed transforms in to a plant next day. No result. Then decides to extract the seed out and plant it somewhere else hoping the new ground would be different, would be better. There was nothing wrong with the seed. Water, sunlight and caring were missing.

So if you want to make changes in your life, family or work -quick fixes won’t work, unless you make them a habit, a daily routine.

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