How I Changed My Life, In Four Lines

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May 21, 2012

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How I Changed My Life, In Four Lines

What saves a man is to take a step. Then another step.

– C.S. Lewis –

How I Changed My Life, In Four Lines

“Changing your life can seem an incredibly tough and complicated thing, especially if you’ve failed a great number of times (like I did), found it too hard, and resigned yourself to not changing. But I found a way to change. And I’m not any better than anyone else, not more disciplined, not more motivated. I just learned a few simple principles that changed my life. So what are the principles that changed my life, repeatedly? […] If you read the brief stories above, you already know: 1. Start very small. 2. Do only one change at a time. 3. Be present and enjoy the activity (don’t focus on results). 4. Be grateful for every step you take.” Leo Babauta shares more. { read more }

Be The Change

Apply these tips to changes you want to make: start small with one step at a time, and be present to and grateful for each step.

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