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Improving Yourself

Posted By: Randy GageMarch 9, 2018

Improving yourself isn’t always easy.  But it’s certainly not as difficult as a lot of people lead themselves to believe.  It works great if you follow an incremental process.

Don’t try and lose 40 pounds in a month.  You set yourself up for frustration and failure.  Better to create healthy eating and exercise habits that allow you to lose 3 pounds a week.

Don’t attempt to go from high school dropout to winning the Nobel Prize in physics.  Create a curiosity for learning.

No one really creates their future with a snap of their fingers or even setting a positive vision.  You really create your daily habits, and they create your future.

Look for habits that don’t serve you.  Replace them with ones that do.  Rehearse and practice those habits until they become second nature.  Then the path you’re on will take you to where you want to be.

 

- RG

3 comments on “Improving Yourself”

  1. When the changes seem to be so hard that you think you cannot follow the started way, it's the best time to push forward again. This point decides about failure or success because it would be easy to return to old bad habits.

  2. Hi, Randy. I liked this message because it clearly convey the idea that any success is dependent on consistent positive habits. Thank you for taking the time to share these great ideas.

  3. I loved seeing this blog post ! Sometimes ambitions people like myself, that have had to reset after fundamental life changes, can get lost in depression thinking that we need to change everything overnight or we will be stuck forever. Thanks for the the inspiration RG!

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  • 3 comments on “Improving Yourself”

    1. When the changes seem to be so hard that you think you cannot follow the started way, it's the best time to push forward again. This point decides about failure or success because it would be easy to return to old bad habits.

    2. Hi, Randy. I liked this message because it clearly convey the idea that any success is dependent on consistent positive habits. Thank you for taking the time to share these great ideas.

    3. I loved seeing this blog post ! Sometimes ambitions people like myself, that have had to reset after fundamental life changes, can get lost in depression thinking that we need to change everything overnight or we will be stuck forever. Thanks for the the inspiration RG!

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