Just because you’ve identified things in yourself that need to get better doesn’t mean you need to improve all of them right now. You can’t improve everything at once, no matter how badly you want to. The more things you stack up to work on, the more likely you are to feel frustrated and overwhelmed. That makes it less likely you’ll do good work and make progress on any of them.
If the list of improvements you want to make is short and clear, start with one at a time and get going. If the list is long and confusing, start with one at a time and get going. See how simple that is?
Discipline is the shortcut. Do the work.
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