Millimeter Changes or More of the Same?

“If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always gotten.” -Tony Robbins

That quote if you never heard it before is very illuminating. People often do the same thing over and over again, and they mistakenly believe they'll get something different. It's akin to writing the wrong address on the envelope every time and continuing to get "return to sender" and not understanding why. It's also like math 1 + 1 = 2
Why do we keep doing the same things over and over and expecting a different outcome? Because it's comfortable. We know how to do it. We avoid change. Trying something new though will give you a different outcome -- and the outcome is unknown. Maybe that's why people don't try. They don't know what to expect.
Using the my "millimeter" system of one little change at a time makes doing that one thing different not quite some scary. A small change a day or even a week is like an experiment. It gives you room to slowly watch and see what the different outcomes could be. Does that scare you? Doing something small vs. big or even huge gives you room to see what it could be like if you do it differently. Why not start today with just one small change -- and get that first different outcome.