Changing systems can be hard. Usually it requires a large effort, resources, and enrollment of many people.
But at the end of the day, systems are the things that drive behavior and outcomes.
We’re all stretched thin, with ten billion distractions competing for our attention, time, and energy, and it’s much easier to create systems that act as supports and guardrails to keep us moving forward.
Changing big systems might be difficult, but you can always start by building systems for yourself, which is a great way to get the practice you’ll need to change systems at scale.