Feeling overwhelmed with a to do list? Stacks of papers or mail piling up? Have you ever moved and, after unpacking, realize this box of stuff is mostly junk but you don’t have time to organize it? Enter the three-a-day method.
Sometimes, you just have to jump on in, get moving, get started, get going. Sometimes, you realize what you could have done or been and you mentally contrast that with what you currently are, or more painfully, what you are not.
Sometimes you have to put method into action.
Big, life-altering changes are few and far between. We all make big, grand, sweeping statements about losing all that extra weight, getting rid of all your debt, exercising every day and doing all those things you always say you’ll do or resolve to be every new years.
If you want all those things, you can have them, sure. However, going all in isn’t really the way to get there. To truly change your life, you just need to take the smallest step in the right direction. You need the Baby-Steps Method.
Continue reading The Baby-Steps Method
The hardest part of getting started is often just starting. I was stuck without a clear ‘do this’ or ‘eat that’ namely because there is so much out there. And then I found Raphael.