Making Changes

Hopefully for the better … But to make changes more quickly, systematically and on a large scale, it should be adhere to the following simple rules: 1.Sostavit with an agreement or pledge to give himself continually to improve their lives. Ironically it sounds, but it is such a technique adjusts the subconscious to accept the changes in life. 2.Kontsentratsiya to identify opportunities for change for the better in the financial, professional, personal and other spheres of life. Over time, the search for new opportunities should be just a habit! 3.Otkrytoe recognition of their problems. We all have problems in life! We must look for them always! If the problem is not defined, it can not be solved, and significantly reduces the rate of change of life for the better.

So what if you feel that you "stop" looking for problems. In itself! Having defined the problem, make a plan of its decision and stick to it. 4.Otkrytost world. How do you feel about the world, and peace to you! Constantly looking for a positive all around! Cultivate kindness, courtesy, tolerance. Even to himself. Look around good! And the world will answer you the same! 5. The development of self-discipline.

Currently there are no habits, follow these principles is not easy! Make time for daily (yes daily) analysis of what is happening in your life and planning for improvement. Try to choose a time when no one will disturb you. And just as stubbornly, consistently Embody plans. 6.I Home! Continuous self! Without this there is development, no progress! Never be afraid to do something new and different in my life! After all, what you're interested remembered much faster than what you have to learn by force! And the fact that you already know, never is final. One can always learn something more, but for a good idea always comes an even more successful! Discovering something new, you're doing and the new life! That's what – life in the style of "Kaizen." Start apply these rules and you will see how quickly things will change. For the better. I hope …