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If you do what you've done, you get what you gotIt was Einstein who said that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.
So are you happy? If not then change something.
Are you successful as you want to be? If not, change something.
Are you healthy? If not, change.
Are you having fun? Change.
I Hope you noticed that I kept changing the answer above.
Change is hard because habits are so easy. Habits are subroutines your brain uses to make life easier. You don't have to think.
Your current state is a function of all the things you do, your inherited qualities, and the luck you get.
The only thing you can change is your action. This can change a habit that can change what you do, which can either bring you closer or farther to the success you want.
Some of you will think, "I can't change. I've tried before and failed." I'm sure you heard of "If at first, you don't succeed, try, try again."
Habits are like gravity. You jump up and gravity pulls you down. Even rockets go up and crash back to earth due to their pull. You have to reach what's called escape velocity to escape the Earth's gravity.
Habits are the same. You'll get pulled back until you reach the point of the escape velocity of the habit. But if you come too close to the earth with a spaceship, gravity can suck you into orbit. Habits are the same, they're never really gone.
You don't have to change everything, just one thing at a time, and evaluate if it helped. And then change another and another until you're doing something different and you're getting what you want.
Make some lists:
So Fud Wud Ug Wug.