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The Compound Effect

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Fifty-one/forty-nine,” yelled someone else, arguing that you’d have to be willing to do more than the other person. Expecting a reiteration of known concepts, I was pleasantly surprised by the fresh perspective and practical insights Hardy offered.

It’s crucial to avoid becoming dismayed when you don’t see immediate effects, and to ensure you keep generating good results.

My mentor Jim Rohn said, “The day you graduate from childhood to adulthood is the day you take full responsibility for your life. Then, when you reach your goals, you have to maintain discipline if you wish to build on them, or your hard work will be for nothing. Indeed, the ripple effects from doing small things consistently over time can either be a virtuous cycle or vicious cycle. The Compound Effect' by Darren Hardy is a self-help book that advocates for the power of small, consistent actions to create significant results in one's life.

How to push yourself and your limits out of what you feel is your comfort zone and keep doing it until you are where you want to be. The brilliance of this book lies in its relevance to people who are driven to succeed in any area of life but often find themselves facing burnout. What you need to do is take little steps, because daily, small, positive actions are the secret to long-term success. In reality, his or her profound success was the result of small, smart choices, completed consistently over time. In fact, you will stumble upon a lot of Jim Rohn references in this book – like the way Robert Kiyosaki keeps referring to Napoleon Hill – as well as quotes from his aptly named (and with all capital letters) SUCCESS Magazine.all the wisdom I’m familiar with from the work of Charles Duhigg, Simon Sinek, Tim Ferriss, Marshall Goldsmith, and of course Tony Robbins.

Yes, he has this principles that have since been perfected and codified so that he can share it with us in this book, the same lessons he teaches entrepreneurs and executives in his coaching class!

Newton’s First Law, also known as the Law of Inertia: Objects at rest tend to stay at rest unless acted on by an outside force.

But like pushing the merry-go-round on the playground… Once you get moving you can keep going very easily. From the publisher of Success magazine, The Compound Effect represents a concrete how-to guide for reaching your goals and becoming successful. strategy to achieve any goal and triumph over any competitor, even if they're smarter, more talented or more experienced. Montell Williams has an add-in principle where he focuses on adding something in to his life rather than what he is cutting out or sacrificing. I can't wait to get started on some of the exercises explained in this book and can only see positive results and success coming as a result of doing so.

If you take 100% responsibility for everything that happens to you, by completely owning all your choices, you will reclaim power over your life. And for eight years Darren led the rebirth of SUCCESS Magazine as its publisher and founding editor. Hardy’s central theme is simple yet profound: small, consistent actions can lead to significant life changes. He has led three success television networks producing over 1,000 TV shows featuring most every influential thought leader of our times.

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