When trying to learn new things and change habits, there’s a third tool I didn’t cover yesterday.

Not only does this tool make change easier, but it will also allow you to make faster progress.

The tool? Seek feedback.

Connect with someone who can help you figure out how to keep improving, what to do differently, and where to look for answers.

This someone could be a knowledgeable friend or relative. But as we all know, their help can quickly turn into, “Hugging my poodle eases my back pain, so everyone with back pain should hug poodles.”

They mean well, but… what if seeing a poodle gives me a nosebleed and a nasty case of hemorrhoids?

Choose wisely.