How to Change?

Do you want to make positive changes in your life, but don’t know where to start?

Don’t become a victim to paralysis-analysis and START SMALL!

In the vast majority of cases, change takes time and it has to be gradual. Yes, some individuals can turn their lives around in an instance, and there is a time and place for radical changes, but that’s only a small percentage.

You want to gradually adjust to the change, stick to it over time, and not become overwhelmed by it. It’s about sustainable change as opposed radical and short-lived interventions and inevitably failing. Way too often we can see people get on a highly restrictive diet, to which they cannot adhere for longer than a few weeks or months. After New Year’s Day the gyms get filled up with new-years-resolutioners, only to return to normal a months later. There is no point to that whatsoever.

Add some more fruit and veg into your diet. Go for a walk in the morning. Do a few sets of squats. Learn about how to start a business for 5 minutes. Practice your instrument for ten minutes a day.

Turn these activities into habits. This will take a few weeks (or 21 days as the saying goes). Then expand them and build upon them.

Instead of learning about Bitcoin for 5 minutes a day, do 10 or 15 minutes now, and perhaps download the Binance app. For the past 3 weeks you have been consistently training pull ups twice a week, for two sets. Make it 3 sets this week. And add a third training session to your schedule. You get the point.

I can guarantee you that after a few months the small changes you have implemented will have snowballed and you’ll look back at what you have achieved with pride. And that’s what it’s about!

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