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I am a localization manager/translator and intercultural consultant living in Berlin (Germany), passionate about languages, cultures, diversity management, dancing and good movies.  

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Thursday, August 23, 2012

How to set a day one, and then to go further with day two

A change is almost never easy. It´s almost never easy to suddenly change habits, a way of thinking, your daily routine. But a change can improve the quality of your life, can make you more happy or more healthy. It can make you smile again. Do you still remember how it is, when you smile?

Why we don't change the things we don't like, then?

Because it hurts. It hurts to discover that you made a wrong decision in the past, that you made a mistake or that you are a different person and that someone is not your friend any longer or that a place is not any longer the right place for you to stay, to live, to work.

It's normal to be scared, while facing the possibility (or the necessity?) of a change.

The most important part, in my opinion, is to do it anyway. A little bit more everyday, by setting your day one and giving you small targets you can achieve with a little effort.

You can also set a big goal, obviously, but then you still have to split it in smaller steps and to achieve and reach each step should be the only target you have to focus, until you will reach it and then, and only then, you can go further with the next step.

Easy to say but not easy to do? For sure.
But try it anyway.
I will do. Today is my day one.

Tag: Change, Habit