Success Is Achieved One Small Step At A Time

Jari Roomer
Jun 12 · 6 min read

Small steps repeated again and again over a long period of time lead to big results.

The problem with this method is that it’s simple and obvious — which is precisely why most people ignore it. They look for something new and exciting. Something ‘sexy’.

How Small Consistent Actions Lead To Big Results In Your Health & Fitness

Let’s say that your goal is to lose weight. Most people are pulled towards a fancy diet that promises massive results in just a few weeks. It promises a ‘quick fix’ for your problem, and who doesn’t like that? However, it turns out that these diets are often not sustainable as the weight returns as quickly as you lost it.

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How Small Consistent Actions Lead To Big Results In Your Finances

The same goes for investing. Investing just $200 per month in an index fund for multiple years isn’t that exciting. In fact, it’s quite dull. Yet, it’s the most effective strategy for the average person to gain significant levels of wealth.

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How Small Consistent Actions Lead To Big Results In Your Personal Growth

Your personal growth is based on the same principle. Reading a book or following a course once isn’t going to do that much. But instead, if you’d only read ten pages per day, you’d finish about 13 books per year. Now that makes a difference — even though you only read ten pages per day.

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How Small Consistent Actions Lead To Big Results In Your Relationships

Your relationships are another example of where small daily actions lead to big results. For example, expressing love and gratitude for a loved one only on Valentine’s day or their birthday isn’t going to lead to a successful relationship.

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How Small Consistent Actions Lead To Big Results In Your Goals & Career

Maybe your goal is to write a book. At first glance, this looks like an intimidating project. However, if you’d focus on writing 500 words per day — which is less than half of this article — you’d have a finished 50,000-word manuscript (the average length of a non-fiction book) in less than four months!

Now Do It

Remember, Rome wasn’t built in a day — and neither is your success.

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