There’s not a person out there who doesn’t want to improve their lives. It’s engrained in us. We want to be the best that we can be.
So why do so few of us actually take the needed steps to improve our lives?
Much like anything else in life, I think the answer is we over complicate what really needs to be done to be better.
We formulate grand schemes. We layout everything at once. We look at the big picture.
And then we get hit with the overwhelm.
Taking a look at the overall plan, we see no way to better ourselves. We become paralyzed with analysis paralysis.
Just like our answers should be simple, we can break down a better you through baby steps. Eventually, the baby steps will snowball into breakthrough.