The foundation of any system of achievement is learning to make effective, daily choices – those that directly relate to your immediate goals. Surprisingly, this is a unique ability. We do not naturally possess the capacity of making consistent, effective choices! Why?
Because our natural, human instincts have one goal: our Y2mate safety. Your instincts really do not care about your goals. When you manage your daily activities from your natural, human instincts, your response will always be in favor of keeping you where you are.
In short, your instincts are fighting against your achievement because achievement always involves change and growth, both of which are contrary to sameness. This means that you are, by nature, undermining your own success and achievement simply by doing what your instincts dictate that you do.
How do I get out of this comfort zone?
In order to achieve the next level and break out of that comfort zone, you must first learn to manage your process of making effective choices with INTENTION. And the process of making effective choices must be systematic rather than instinctive. This works because a systems approach to achievement bypasses your natural instincts.
One of the first steps in a systems approach to making effective choices is managing your daily choices and actions. The small, seemingly insignificant, choices you make everyday have a tremendous impact on the achievement of your overall goals.