All actions are processes, and all processes can be improved.
Process improvements work best if applied to a process that does not work well and needs improvement.
If we want to improve anything for the better, we first need to consider what we want the output of the better process. I will always know where the car keys are? Will I have more free time and money? The milk does not spoil in the refrigerator? If we do not know the desired outcome, we are trying to hit what will become a moving target.
We face This problem when we want to improve ourselves. Suppose a person knows what they desire and has stability in what they usually plan and do. In that case, their processes can be changed and improved. When a person is unsure or keeps changing their mind, the task can become extremely frustrating.
Anytime someone sets out to improve a process, the first action is to ensure the process needs improvement. When we want to improve ourselves, we need to know what we want and where we want to go. If we are not sure, there are places on the internet and in most communities where we can take assessments and talk to professionals (usually for free.)
To change for improvement is to work to better something. Even ourselves. Work that feeds our passions is excellent. We just need to be sure we want to improve the process.
What would you improve?