Small, Smart Choices + Consistency + Time = RADICAL DIFFERENCE
The above statement is based on the premise that radical difference, good success, monumental change or exceptional achievement is gained only by a concerted and deliberate [little] actions. If you want to be a supper achiever, take small, smart steps that all add up to making a difference.
Yes the small steps you take from now may not yield immediate results now but in the medium to long-term, it does. Don’t stop running or exercising after 8 days because you have not lost weight like you would have liked. Don’t stop practising to play the piano even though all you can play now is ‘chopsticks’ after six months of practice. Keep pushing, keep doing the little things, keep hacking, keep stretching. After all, you know that these little things are what you need to do to become better and ultimately great in the future.
Adapted from Darren Hardy’s “The Compound Effect”