For years now, I’ve been researching human motivation. One of my favorite areas to explore are the “tools” that help people hack their motivation and make the changes they want to, even if they’re fallible, prone to procrastination, and don’t work in a straight line, so to speak.
The advice Stephen Duneier shares in this Talk is one of the gems I found along the way:
To improve your odds of achieving your goals, focus on making marginal improvements, not on making BIG changes.
Duneier used this approach to transform himself from someone who struggled with simple tasks to a guy who is continuously achieving even his most ambitious dreams.
Could you benefit from his approach?