How to improve

. . . in three steps.

  1. Try
  2. Recognize what works
  3. Do more of what works

If you don’t try, you’ll never have a chance to improve, never have a chance to recognize what works. Ironic how often we assume that rule doesn’t exist.

If you fail to recognize what works, you’ll have no idea how to improve. Hence, no improvement. It doesn’t happen by accident. Again, ironic how often we assume that rule doesn’t exist.

Finally, if you ignore what works, you’ll continuing doing what you’ve always done. It’s our nature. We’re creatures of habit. We continue in what we’ve always done if we don’t have a compelling reason to change. Yes, ironic how often we assume that rule doesn’t exist either.

Which step do you struggle with the most?

How to improve

 

1) Try

2) Recognize what works

3) Do more of what works

If you don’t try, you’ll never have a chance to improve. Ironic how often we assume that rule doesn’t exist.

If you fail to recognize what works, you’ll have no idea how to improve. Hence no improvement. It doesn’t happen by accident. Again, ironic how often we assume that rule doesn’t exist.

Finally, if you ignore what works, you’ll continuing doing what you’ve always done. It’s our nature. We’re creatures of habit. We continue in what we’ve always done if we don’t have a compelling reason to change. Yes, ironic how often we assume that rule doesn’t exist either.

So that’s the path to improvement. Surprisingly simple, like most important lessons in life.

Which step do you struggle with the most?How to improve

1) Try

2) Recognize what works

3) Do more of what works

If you don’t try, you’ll never have a chance to improve. Ironic how often we assume that rule doesn’t exist.

If you fail to recognize what works, you’ll have no idea how to improve. Hence no improvement. It doesn’t happen by accident. Again, ironic how often we assume that rule doesn’t exist.

Finally, if you ignore what works, you’ll continuing doing what you’ve always done. It’s our nature. We’re creatures of habit. We continue in what we’ve always done if we don’t have a compelling reason to change. Yes, ironic how often we assume that rule doesn’t exist either.

So that’s the path to improvement. Surprisingly simple, like most important lessons in life.

Which step do you struggle with the most?

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