What is one degree? 1° although a small number, a small change, can mean the difference between ice and water, or boiling or not boiling water. Differences between winning and losing is usually a very small amount of time, degree, or effort.
The difference between the Indianapolis winning car and second place is a little over one second. Phelps defeated his competition by 1/100th of a second during the 100-meter butterfly at the 2008 olympics.
What can we learn from this? I think we can learn two things: One- never underestimate the power of small changes, and Two- one tiny bit of extra effort can bring about the victory you have been looking for.
Often We succumb to the belief that we need a big overhaul if you want to make a change. But how about if we reframe are previously held beliefs, And think of that one degree change. Perhaps that’s all you need. Just a tiny adjustment a millimeter of a lens turn, and you’ll be exactly where you want to be.
Try a “one degree” shift today and see how you can change your life!