We can all agree that we want to improve our behaviors to increase performance, happiness, and general well-being. While there are barriers to that goal we all know exist, the real problem is that changing our behavior alone is ineffective. This is because behavior is a symptom, not the cause.
To solve that problem we have to understand that our behavior is the culmination and manifestation of hidden forces such as our beliefs, our identity, and the cultures we belong to. Which means to increase our experience whether at work, at home, or in life in general, we have to change our behavior by uncovering and working with the hidden forces that cause our behavior.