A teaching point from the hospital today:
We talked about this in relation to improving primary care, using new technologies, and finding new ways to build better relationships with patients.
I’m sharing it here because I think it can apply to any radical changes we make in our lives: change can be slow at first and then logarithmically improve. Maybe sometimes we need the slow start so we can get to that revelation point (and then to a revolutionary result).
Is this pattern familiar to you? It is to me… I’ve seen it in my yoga practice, relationships, food habits, career changes. Doubts and setbacks are important parts of making the big changes we want and need.