One of the hardest steps to growth is making change.
But it doesn’t mean that we have to make massive change all in one go.
Changes that kickstart growth can be a simple as mixing up your daily routine. Such as getting up 20 mins earlier, going for a walk straight after work, or writing a meal plan before the new week starts.
All good growth – and by that I mean growth that you can sustain – begins with making those small incremental differences. These are the things which build confidence, or change habits.
And they are also a way to boost momentum and get you moving to the next step, and the next after that.
Often what people find hardest about change, is that they try to do too much at once. This is when you find that you haven’t properly planned it, or anticipated the time you need to commit properly. And we convince ourselves that we can’t do it, or it’s going to be too hard.
So try making one small change this week. It doesn’t have to be too drastic. Not life changing in the short term, but something that over time will help you build a more positive habit.
You can do hard things….gradually!
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