The easy attempt at an answer is to approach it as a sort of a New Year's resolution kind of thing. You know the typical ones - lose weight, exercise more, stop smoking or drinking, eat more healthy foods. But those are not the answers we seek tonight.
Tonight we go deeper. What might one do to alter his or her life that goes beyond the ordinary self-improvement tropes? Maybe spend more time outside in nature (walking in the woods, gardening, beach strolling, star gazing, etc.). Perhaps commit to helping others in need (volunteer at a pet shelter, work at a food pantry, drive a van for meals-on-wheels, build a house with Habitat for Humanity, etc.).
Other life-changing possibilities: Learn a musical instrument, or Tai Chi, start keeping a daily diary, read a book on a subject that you've always had curiosity about, carve out time each week to be with children or grandchildren - and have memorable fun with them, attend church regularly.
I'm sure there are hundreds of possible answers, hundreds of ways of changing to improve one's life. In letting my mind "brainstorm" for this short blog post I noticed that everything I came up with requires action, movement, participating and engaging with life rather than sitting around and letting life just happen. That is the secret to transformation - doing something - and I invite you to ponder deeply on what one thing you will do differently this year to improve your life.