Focus on Microshifts, Not Breakthroughs

“Breakthroughs are what happen after hours and days and years of the same mundane, monotonous work. But a mind-blowing, singular breakthrough is not what changes your life. A microshift is.”

Our lives don’t change with big behavioral changes — they evolve through a series of small tweaks to our choices.

Brianna Wiest explains why you don’t need a breakthrough, you need a microshift to improve your life.

She believes trying to shock yourself into a new life won’t work and that the only way to make changes that last is to attempt one microshift at a time.

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