Room for Improvement
Room for improvement (Behaviour Shift) is written for shed some lights on ways to improve the situations in your life. You can plan to improve things in all categories of your life. Different person has a different perspective on challenges of living comfortably, healthy and safe from another. You could use the ideas in this book and apply them to your own perspective to suit your style.
This book is divided into three parts. In Part I of this book, discussions on prior to the improvement are laid out in details. What you should do is to find facts on what you should improve on. The chapters in Part I of this book will give ideas on what are the things to look for prior to the improvement. You will be able to identify your weaknesses and what your strengths are. You will be able to see the path towards what you want to improve on clearly. You should be able to identify the areas you want to improve on after reading through the chapters laid out in Part I of this book. In Part II of this book, examples are given in all areas of your life where you need improvements. Whatever you are lacking in there is always room for improvement. You can start to set-up goals in the areas of life you think need improvement.
One way to measure your progress towards these goals is to assign desired result. A desired result is a target you want to achieve in the planned area. Most cultures in the world work on weekly perspective. Incremental change would bear fruits, in a way of saying, or produce results in weekly time frame. For instance, if you want to stop smoking you assign your desired result as non-smoker in a week’s time. You begin to work out ways for not smoking. If you put your mind to it you will achieve improvements in the desired result you’ve assigned. You could assign desired results to all categories of life. You could achieve improvements in all the desired results you have assigned. Finally, in Part III of this book, moving on from where you are now to where you want to be in future. In charting your future, you should take into account a balanced perspective of goals in all categories of your life. What you have achieved in the past and the present is the key for your future. It’s not how good you are or how bad you are, it’s how good you want to be that is more important. Where you begin is not important. What is important is how good you want to be. If you begin as a student and finally you become an engineer.
You need to set a goal of who you want to become. At every stage of your life you need to set goals of who you want to become at each stage of your life. You will get what you want if you put your mind to it. You should take inventory of where you are now and to where you want to be in future. By taking inventory of where you are now you will know what went wrong, what are the setbacks, what are missing, what you did and what you didn’t do. You will know what you should do to get what you want in life. You should give-up all excuses, all your victim stories, all the reasons why you can’t and why you haven’t up until now, and all the blaming of outside circumstances. You have the power within you to make it different, to get it right, and to produce the desired result.