Thinking by myself makes a difference. But not as much as action.
It’s surprising how much little actions make a difference. But only over time.
I can always find some way to make a difference.
When I don’t want to take action, the fact I said I would, makes a difference.
When I’m wrong about something, admitting to it can be the hardest thing to do. Except, it’s what will make the most difference.
I know what will make the difference, but I don’t always do it.
Own the difference you make.
Whatever makes the most difference is not always obvious.
My opinions don’t make a difference.
Communicating when I don’t want to can make the most difference.