October 27, 2015

How To Improve

I woke up one day thinking, "What makes an individual want to improve?" Is there a some ultimate sign we should pay attention to that triggers change? Yes! It all leads to a story about the new pair of running shoes I bought. One day I was jogging and the back of my calf began to hurt. I stopped, consulted with a professional and determined I needed to do some exercises for a week to condition the muscle. I made the change and I was back out on the trail. The idea here is that pain can be good if you listen to it and realize it's a signal to stop. You must determine what adjustments need to made for improvement and then apply them for change. These three steps below may seem simplistic however they will help you identify where to start or should I say stop. This step philosophy can be applied to website design to software design to exercise. Determining pain points can lead to positive change.

3 Steps To Improve
1. Identify Pain
2. Make adjustments
3. Apply Change

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