If it’s broke, fix it

If it’s broke, fix it

We all say it: “if it’s not broke, don’t fix it.”  

But what about broken things?  

We are naturally inclined to not fix things. That’s why we more frequently call things fixed, and not broken.  

Will this thing help you accomplish your goal the way that it is? Or do you need to replace it? Are you so afraid of losing your current relationships that you are allowing toxic behavior to seep into your life and ruin or hinder who you are meant to be? 

Don’t be afraid of broken things. Don’t be afraid to break things. Sometimes it’s more important for us to fix something then to sit still and pretend like everything’s okay. And, sometimes, fixed things make all the difference. 

 

Recency fallacy

Recency fallacy

Chasing popular

Chasing popular