I feel like when I go to a conference, I come back bursting with new ideas and things to try and whole new schools of thought to try to enact. Sometimes, by being weighed down by the enormity of the things that could be changed, it's hard to take any action at all. If we do that (i.e. nothing) then what was the point of spending hundreds of dollars on the new course or the time spent reading that article? And then starts the sneaky guilt spiral... which gets me nowhere.
So... deep breath... Abandon the glorious hopes of all the possible changes you could make to your clinic, your treatments, your mindset. You don't need to forget about it forever, but maybe just make a note for another time. Instead, take today and make ONE change with ONE person. Maybe this will be showing that struggling intervention student some new strategies in a 1:1 session. A time to sneak in an extra question/measurement/test into your evaluation. A friendly hello to a person you clash with too often. ONE change is doable, and may lead to a larger change in the future.
If you completed this challenge, share your ONE change in the comments below. It doesn't need to be ground-breaking to be celebrated.