top of page
  • Writer's pictureTFH

Reflection - My Journey to Success, One Tiny Tweak at a Time

Here's a collection of our videos and picture reflections on social media for today. Enjoy your time to reflect and contemplate in your mood journal.

Reflecting on Embracing Small Changes

I used to be the type of person who always aimed for the stars. My goals were big, my plans were grand, and I was determined to achieve greatness. But more often than not, I felt overwhelmed and frustrated, constantly struggling to progress on my ambitious endeavors. It wasn't until I embraced the power of tiny tweaks (small steps) that I finally found a path to success and satisfaction.

Pitfalls of Grand Plans:

For years, I believed that bigger was always better. I set massive goals for myself, convinced that I needed to make sweeping changes to see any real progress. Whether it was launching a new business venture, pursuing a radical career change, or completely overhauling my lifestyle, I always went all in, guns blazing. But time and time again, I found myself hitting a wall, unable to sustain the momentum or overcome the obstacles in my path.

The Power of Tiny Tweaks:

It wasn't until I realized the impact of embracing small steps that everything started to change. Instead of tackling the entire mountain at once, I began focusing on small, manageable steps I could take each day. Whether it was setting aside just 10 minutes to work on a passion project, making a small adjustment to my morning routine, or implementing a tiny change to my mindset, I discovered that even the smallest actions could yield significant results over time.

One Tiny Tweak at a Time
Embracing Small Changes

Reducing the Cost of Failure:

One of the things that always held me back from pursuing my goals was the fear of failure. The stakes felt so high with my grand plans that I was terrified of falling short or making a mistake. But with small steps, the cost of failure was so much lower. If a particular approach didn't yield the results I was hoping for, I could easily pivot and try something else without feeling like I had wasted all my time and effort. This newfound freedom to experiment and iterate gave me the confidence to keep pushing forward, even in the face of setbacks.

Cultivating a Growth Mindset:

Embracing small steps also required a shift in mindset for me. Instead of expecting instant perfection, I learned to embrace experimentation and iteration as part of the process. I started viewing challenges as opportunities for learning and growth, rather than insurmountable obstacles. Every setback became a valuable lesson, guiding me closer to my goals and strengthening my resilience along the way.

Finding Satisfaction in the Journey:

As I began to progress through small steps, something remarkable happened—I enjoyed the journey more than ever before. Rather than fixating on some distant destination, I learned to appreciate the small victories, the incremental improvements, and the moments of growth and self-discovery along the way. In embracing the process, I found a deep sense of satisfaction and fulfillment that I had never experienced with my grand plans.


Today, I'm still the same ambitious person I've always been, but with a newfound appreciation for the power of small steps. By embracing small changes and focusing on the journey rather than the destination, I've been able to achieve success and satisfaction in ways I never thought possible. So, if you find yourself feeling overwhelmed by the enormity of your goals, I encourage you to take a step back and consider the power of small steps. You might just be surprised at how far they can take you.

Reflections by Bev Cuayzon

Bev, a devoted mother at heart, finds joy in working from home. Balancing her roles as a travel consultant, self-published author, and SEO analyst, she's deeply passionate about sharing her knowledge to empower others, particularly fellow mothers. During her journey, Bev discovered the importance of mental wellness. She realized that maintaining a healthy mind is essential for navigating the demands of work, family, and personal pursuits.


Post: Blog2_Post
bottom of page