Here’s a good question to start each day:
What more can I do?
You can apply it to any situation. Your marriage. Your parenthood. Your health. Your job. Your team. Your faith. You name it.
The question causes pause for reflection. You must stop and consider “what.” Your “what” is your target.
You must establish a concept of “more.” How will your effort be different? How will it be better?
You must consider your “can”? What abilities will you deploy? What efforts will you make?
Finally, you must “do.” Your reflection must be converted into action. On purpose action toward the goal.
Do this every day, and you will see things you didn’t imagine. Resist default. Abhor routine. Reckon to do a little more each day.