Part of what this blog is all about is encouraging you to think about the things around you in new ways. It’s about encouraging you to take note of things around you that you normally wouldn’t take note of. The small things that we don’t notice can often have a big impact. And Paul Bennett explains it brilliantly (and with cool examples) in his TED talk.

As he mentioned at the start of his talk, it applies to individuals as well. You might just be one person. You might be “small” in the larger scheme of things, just an individual among a huge community, one out of 7 billion people in the world. But you too can be big. You can make a difference.

Small is the new big.

How do you take notice of the small, to make a big impact?