“The man who moves a mountain begins by carrying away small stones.”
How will you make sure that this year you accomplish the resolutions and goals that have managed to slip through the cracks in the past? Feeling a little overwhelmed? Don’t be. It can be unnerving to dwell on the enormity of the entire goal you set for yourself, so don’t do it. Instead, break your goal down into manageable, bite-sized tasks that will allow you to use short-term wins and accomplishments to motivate you on your journey. That’s right, harness the awesome power of incremental progress.
It’s hard to immediately grasp and comprehend the transformational power of incremental progress that’s apparent when you marvel at the erosive forces that shape the Grand Canyon millions of years after it began to form, or ponder the extraordinary multiplicative force that is compound interest, which Albert Einstein called “the eighth wonder of the world.” It’s difficult to imagine all that power in one instant.
You’re not going to accomplish your goals in an instant; you’re going to accomplish them over time. Here’s a way to immediately apply incremental progress power to your life and goals: Just focus on what you need to do right now to take that next step in the right direction, then take the next small step, and so on ... that’s all that’s required. In your real estate business, that next step may be the next marketing letter or postcard you send or the next cash offer you make on a property. As billionaire investor and former paperboy Warren Buffett said, “It’s not necessary to do extraordinary things to get extraordinary results.” Make 2017 a prosperous and productive year — you can start small, but you should start right now.
Onward and Upward!
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