Stop and think about how much of your life is the same as it was five years ago.
I’m not talking about your specific income, which is probably gone up at least due to inflation, nor am I talking about the clothes you wear, the car you drive, or even the job you have.
I’m talking more about the things that define who you are as a person. The people you associate with, the books you read, the movie you see, the television you watch, the activities you do during your discretionary time, and how you spend your discretionary income.
How many of those things have changed? If you’re like most people, the answer is, “not many.”
If you truly want to change your life, change the things that matter. The superficial things will take care of themselves.