We actually don’t need to make monumental big changes. That’s a common misconception.
It’s the small changes that matter. The ones that are incremental and barely even scratch the surface. The ones that almost no one would notice if they looked at us or our work.
The ironic thing is that’s how big moments happen. From very small, microscopic adjustments over a long period of time.
That’s the only way true change can happen. It has to become part of us. We have to rewrite our DNA, in a way.
That takes time. It’s okay that it takes time. We just have to be prepared for the long haul. We may not be able to see the impact early on but we have to trust it’ll have a monumental effect on our life.
We have to believe it to be true and keep progressing one small step at a time.