The Magic of The Compound Effect in Your Life
Small habits create big changes in your daily routine
I believe simple actions produce sustainable results.
We usually set impractical targets with our goals.
And we’re conditioned to only get excited with immediate gains.
Like thirty pounds of weight loss or five inches off our waistline.
The key to success is consistently doing the little things for a compound effect.
If you invest $1,000 when you’re 20 and contribute $83 a month (around $1,000 a year) until retirement, you’ll have $465,000 in your bank account.
This is the power of compound interest.
The same principle is true for small habits with your health.
Maybe it’s preparing your meals for the week.
Or improving your range of motion with mobility exercises.
And previously hard movements are now effortless.
Or a few minutes of exercise 3-4 times a week.
The compound effect is always working in either direction of your life.
You can make it perform for you, or ignore it and experience the negative effects of this powerful rule.
It’s the little things ignored in life that can derail you.
Elephants don’t bite…mosquitos do!
There are huge rewards for smart, consistent choices.
Healthy habits steer you away from self-sabotage toward success.
Inch by inch, it’s a cinch… Yard by yard makes it hard!
You have the power to decide your future because you create it.