Imagine being at the top of the Grand Canyon. Looking out and see the impressiveness of the Grand Canyon. The depth of the canyon is one of the largest in the world. The Grand Canyon did not appear out of no where.
The Colorado River carves through the middle of the grand canyon. The water has been carving the rocks deeper for the last 6 million years. Slowly over time the water relentlessly wears down the stones. Eroding the rock to create one of the most impressive wonders in the world.
To create change you must be like water flowing through the Grand Canyon. You must keep wearing down the resistance. The resistance is the thing that keeps you from doing what you should be doing. You should be reminding yourself of your priorities and goals. Staying focused on what is important. There are so many things you could focus on and most often we focus on what is wrong or worry about things we can not control. You have the power and are the one in control. Do not be the stone be the water. Be willing to change and adapt. Take the path of least resistance. If it is painful then you are not doing it right. Do what is right for you and stop fighting yourself.
Accept that things are going to take time. Know how much time those things are going to take and pay your time. If you want to get better you have to plan to get better. You have to practice and repeat the same thing over and over again. Over time you will be better than you are now.
What do you want to get better?
What change do you want to happen?