Vita wants you to find the the Super You that is latent within: the better version of us.
Super You is named after the concept of the Superman as defined by philosopher Frederick Nietzsche in his book of 1883.
Recognise that there is a better you that is achievable if you chose to aim for it. You might want to increase your fitness, find a new partner, work less etc. There are lots of opportunities for improvement. But first you have to acknowledge that they exist.
The Super You doesn’t need to be an incremental step; you can make things up. But don’t forget physics: some things are simply not possible. Other things might be possible be difficult to achieve, in which case you will need to be clever at Outfoxing Yourself - overcoming your own limitations to achieve the thing.
Who is the new you? Give it a name. Describe what it is. Be clear in your own mind what the objectives are. List them out, write them down if you need to.
Enrol others in your journey to Super You. It is not necessary to disclose any or all the details, but let people know you are on a journey and allow them to help.
Don’t set expectations that will make you suffer if you fail to achieve them. Not being able to have the things we want exposes us to sadness. Neither should you set your aspirations of Super You so low that you find yourself on a pointless Transition to Where You Started From.
Call upon friends and family to advise what their version of the Super You is. But don't change on other people's behalf. Be 'your' Super You, not someone else's.
You need to figure out what to do to bring your Super You into existence. Think about it. Try something. If it works, then do it some more. Innovate. Keep Super You at the forefront of your mind and work on it every day.
Celebrate lots of small wins along the way. Maybe share them at Moon Parties.