Leadership coach Suzi McAlpine suggests building habits and rituals starting with one small thing, which, if done consistently and collectively, will get you closer to your vision and goal:

It was the commitment to do one small thing, and to do it often, which mattered. I knew I could commit to small steps. That was the magic of my success. Turns out, Stanford researchers also say this is the way to go if you want to master positive, long lasting change. Habits are what matter. The one small thing you do consistently every day is what delivers steady and long lasting positive change. This philosophy also applies to building a high performing, cohesive leadership team.

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