If there is one law of Self Improvement above all others it is this one: “If Today you do what you did Yesterday Tomorrow you’ll get what you’ve got Today“; or “you’ll be where you are Today.”
How many times it happens that we want to change something in our life but fail to do anything real about it? And if those changes remain in the realm of dreams then it’s pretty hard that they can become real. Even to win the lottery we must buy a ticket. No ticket no chances to win. And you can apply Positive Thinking 24 hours a day and nothing will ever happen.
The one law of Self Improvement states that you must do something Today to have a chance of having a better Tomorrow and if you do something every day then results will come. If you do something every day to become better at something or to improve your life then results will be surely positive. But you must do something, not just dreaming of doing it.
To see the absolute truth of the most important law of Self Improvement you just have to answer to this question: “Where you are, or Who you are, Today isn’t a result of where you’ve been, or Who you where, Yesterday? And the days before?
Isn’t it true that Today is a sum of all days you’ve lived up to now? And that your future will be a sum of those old days plus the new ones from now on? And to change your life don’t you have to do something from now on? To have the, really probable, chance of a better Tomorrow?
“If Today you do what you did Yesterday Tomorrow you’ll get what you’ve got Today.” Like it or not that’s the way things go.
If you want a better Tomorrow you must do something real Today; if you don’t then you have practically no chances to change your life in a better one. Just dreaming will take you nowhere. Dreaming and imagining can give you the road to go but you must act and begin to walk or you’ll just remain at home. Self Improvement means this, do something and stop dreaming only.
Obviously this law works also on the other side: if you are satisfied of who you are and of what you have Today doing Tomorrow the same things will keep you where you are. Clearly there are external circumstances to be taken into account but nevertheless the law remains true.
Summarizing if you’re fine go on doing what you’re doing but if you’re not begin doing something else.
What do you think? Are there more important laws of Self Improvement? Or am I right?