So many Americans get stuck in complacency. They might hate their jobs, but the proposition to get a new one is overwhelming. They might want to start a new business, but they feel they have no resources or money. They might have an unhappy marriage, but the prospects of starting over seem too much. They might want to achieve a dream, but the idea seems impossible. Here is the thing and the secret formula to any kind of change (which is spelled out in my book It's All About Millimeters): if you take daily, small steps toward any kind of change not only is it do-able but it will happen. What will, in fact ensure it never happens is to do absolutely nothing. Change will not miraculously drop in your lap. Change requires action. Action requires activity. And the best way to actively do anything is to slowly do it. Just do it, as the commercial tagline suggests.