We love changes. We will want to change things even if they are co we will do stuff only to change contrast to change things that are already established, sometimes for worse: i.e. political systems usually switch between sides every two terms. Add something about contrast 1) if we look at the light we will want dark, if we eat sweet we want savory. Reverse mechanism: Scary Good Changes. So sometimes changes are good (maybe it's about the big, foundational changes) and sometimes they are just out of the blind need for change. Maybe: Don't do changes when they are made out of when you didn't have a patience to methodically compare outcomes. And when they might come from boredom. Do changes when you don't feel like redoing something because you previously put a lot of work into previous iteration of something. Do them if you feel Sunk Cost Fallacy bias active.
Alternative name: Blind Change Drive
- It's easy to change stuff a lot. Often the outcome is that change brings excitement and hope for transformation. However more often than not is just a distraction. In my case its often better to not change because change is distracting. And with focus ask for a change that will feel more transformative.