… have to wash the dishes, tidy the bedroom or prepare my lunches for the coming days. It’s not easy. That’s why it’s important to start with the small things. The things that don’t seem like they’ll move the needle, but end up slowly changing your life. The decision to wake up just an hour earlier to read. The decision to turn off the TV and pick up a book instead. The decision to go for a walk, no matter what, every single day. The thing with setting new habits is not how much they’ll change your life now, but in a year, two years or five years from now.
ent that will propel you t…l enable you to make decisions in the present that will propel you towards your ‘big picture’ goals. I believe notable Indian economist, politician and social reformer, B.R. Ambedkar, said it best: “Every man must have a philosophy of life, for everyone must have a standard by which to measure his conduct. And philosophy is nothing but a standard by which to measure.”