Realizing what changes to make in life is the easy part. The hard part is changing habits.
If you decide to adopt this system, be determined and patient.
I told myself "I'm walking in a marathon, not running in a sprint race. I don't need to finish first; I need to be patient and simply finish. I need to practice categorizing things in my life and sticking to the rules of the categories, every single day, if I am to enjoy life more."
Now it takes little effort because it's become a habit. It took years, but I was patient and persistent.
A study of people considered to be experts determined those whom made it a habit to continually analyze what they did wrong, adjust their techniques, then work arduously to correct their errors are those whom became experts.
Quote: "New research shows that outstanding performance is the product of years of deliberate practice and coaching, not of any innate talent or skill."
Quote: "What consistently distinguished elite surgeons, chess players, writers, athletes, pianists, and other experts was the habit of engaging in “deliberate” practice—a sustained focus on tasks that they couldn’t do before."