Feels good + Simple = Self-motivated change and results
I can't remember where I read this, but it's a great goal for the learning process. The truth that people don't always mention (as anyone knows who's tried), is that changing habits of movement at times be more like:
Feels strange ( 'not normal or habitual') + Confusing (complex habits) = Real life
So how to deal with this?
The key is matching your present state and ability with your level of challenge such that you (at least) start each day in the first one (Feels good + Simple). This removes a large initial obstacle from which you can then ramp up the challenges from there. Many people have spoken along these lines and I would recommend checking out the following if you're more interested:
Flow - Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
As you get going you build skill/confidence and tackle more complex, sometimes strange challenges. In some ways, as you build up and up you gradually turn complex challenges into simple ones. Furthermore, overtime you train yourself to feel great when performing movements/behaviours that feel un-habitual and often strange. That's when things really start to happen.
So start in a place that feels good and is simple..then ramp it up.