You can’t create something from nothing. No matter how small or insignificant, you have to find your starting point. Be it an idea, a penny or a blank page. Stephen King almost threw away a 3-page draft that became a huge success because he thought the draft was worthless.
Like interests and positive habits, actions compound too. If you write a page a day, you’d have 365 pages for your book. A 1% improvement each day will grow exponentially. The compounding effect applies to relationships, skills, knowledge, health and any improvements you want to make in your life.
Little things, things that might seem like they have no power at all, can make all the difference in the world. Sometimes, they can change the course of history.
The guaranteed way for you to get your slight edge in life is to take small, constant, life-improving actions which add up over time. The actions will ignite the positive momentum and keep you on the path to success.
- Completion — complete the unfinished projects and unkept promises. Incompletion takes up your head space and creates road blocks for your momentum. When you close out a task, you move on from the past. If a project is too big, break them into small and achievable tasks.
- Reflection — act and reflect what you can do better. Take note of actions that add to your slight edge each day. What gets measured, gets managed.
- Celebration — take a moment to acknowledge your achievements, then move on to achieve another goal.
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