Logic Of The Day: 25.11.2017.
The quest to become a better version of yourself often feels like a roller coaster ride. It’s hard. And it’s usually so uneven. You can end in failure. But life is a journey, not a marathon, so you always have another opportunity to restart and improve.
“Be patient with yourself. Self-growth is tender; it’s holy ground. There’s no greater investment,” argues Stephen Covey.
When you are up for change, you have to start embracing change in small ways. If you want to change your ‘life’ and not be ‘average’ then you have to do something different.
But aim for small, consistent change. Not rapid change. Small changes that’ll make a big difference. It’s the only way to be successful at habit change. Self-improvement isn’t a destination. You’re never done. Even if you have some success, and you want to maintain it, you have to keep doing the things you were doing that got you that success in the first place.
The idea is to focus on consistent improvements in your life, every day, not matter how small the step you take to be a better you than you were yesterday.