If you have enough reasons, you can do the most incredible things. We generally change ourselves for one of two reasons: inspiration or desperation. At the beginning, usually desperation works better. We are simply unable to believe in our inspiration. No wonder. At the start, we have a history of failures, shabbiness and crappy self-talk to start with. We know very little about inspiration. But we know desperation very well. It's a good motivator. Your reasons doesn't have to be lofty. They may be "nitty-gritty" as long as they push and pull you forward. Out of desperation, . . . .