Only a small amount of effort each day can lead to big changes over time. I know that small changes can be easier to maintain than larger changes. I am patient enough to take my time. Small, consistent changes can lead to significant improvements.
I have control over my thoughts and behavior. It is easy for me to make changes and stick with them. I avoid dwelling on the changes I make. My mind is free of concern.
I possess the ability to persist and maintain changes until I reach my destination.
I remind myself that a simple river created the Grand Canyon. The ocean waves have turned rock into sand. My daily behaviors can have a similar effect over the course of my lifetime. A simple change in my diet or financial habits can lead to massive change down the road.
Perfection is a myth. I place my attention on constant change and improvement. These two things make all the difference. Slow and steady wins the race of life.
Today, I am adopting one small change to make a positive impact on my future. I am committed to maintaining that change. I am earning the things I deserve by making the necessary changes today.
- What changes would I have made three years ago if I could go back in time?
- What changes can I make today to enhance my life three years from now?
- Why have I failed to maintain changes in the past?