The night before changing something, is it not peculiar that one often spoils themselves with what they are planning to change? To inherit the change early defeats the purpose of nominating a starting point of change. Does this present a hurdle for successful change? Or does this present opportunity for greater reward and self praise? Change for the better is a goal. Goals bring rewards, but let’s not kid ourselves; the level of reward in achieving a goal is proportional to the level of difficulty in attaining the goal. Something to consider, although is self-praise really praise at all?