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When change becomes the norm we simply change again...
When change becomes the norm, more often than not, only a miniscule fraction of the population notices.
When change becomes the norm we don't need to think outside the box, we simply make the box bigger.
When change becomes the norm staying the same becomes provocative.
change the norm.
When change becomes the norm we are already one step behind!
We go from a solid state to a liquid state . . . and if the change keeps on cookin' we'll soon be nothing more than gas.
What happens when change becomes the norm? The early adopters are busy showing the rest of us how to catch up.
it is usually accompanied by an ad from target.
Due to the nature of change it can't become the norm. The only way that it can be "the norm" is from us labeling it that. Usually i would say this is a sign of laziness on our behalf.
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