It’s based on a simple, powerful notion that can be applied throughout our life and work.
Just One Thing, Just One Day
Changing longstanding eating habits is an extraordinary public health challenge. Doing it all at once is simply beyond the ken of most people.
Yet any of us–all of us–can alter our consumption of meat for just one day.
And more of us are likely to do it if we’re part of a larger collaboration.
The Icahn Charter Schools in New York have announced they are joining the effort, redesigning their school menus for the upcoming school year.
Just One Thing
This week, why not change just one thing, for just one day?
Perhaps you’ll choose a Meatless Monday.
Or a Tuesday without television.
Or a Wednesday without soda.
Or a Thursday without television.
Or, if you’re in a toxic relationship, a Friday without Fred, or a Saturday without Susan.
Or what about a Sunday with exercise?
Whatever you might choose, this can be a brilliant way to begin. This week, examine how the visions of others have affected you. Reflect on what you stand for, what vision you represent.
This Week: Meatless Monday.
Just One Thing is a weekly challenge, adapted from Serve to Lead.