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Key Lessons from The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy

The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy

In this post, we’re going to share some of the key lessons from the self-help book “The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy”. The compound effect is the principle of bringing significant rewards from a series of small, smart choices each day.

Consistency is the most important key to success.

“The compound effect is the operating system that has been running your life whether you know it or not. “

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Track your habits for at least one week. All winners are trackers. You cannot improve something until you measure it.

Small choices + consistency + time = RADICAL DIFFERENCE

Small choices + consistency + time = RADICAL DIFFERENCE

Success is doing a half dozen things really well, repeated five thousand times.

Your life is a result of your daily choices.

You should write down your most important goals.

The beauty of the compound effect is its simplicity.

The beauty of the compound effect is its simplicity.

If you aren’t better, you need to work harder.

You don’t need more knowledge. You need a new plan of action.

It’s not the big things that add up in the end; it’s the hundreds, thousands or millions of little things that separate the ordinary from the extraordinary.

The complete formula of getting lucky:

The complete formula of getting lucky

Don’t wait for the perfect day. “Don’t wait another day to start the small disciplines that will lead you in the direction of your goals!”

Choices >> Actions >> Habits

The power of routine: “A daily routine built on good habits is the difference that separates the most successful amongst us from everyone else.”

Make your “why” powerful.

“If you want to have more, you have to become more. Success is not something you pursue. What you pursue will elude you; it can be like trying to chase butterflies. Success is something you attract by the person you become.” – Jim Rohn

Too many people focus on achievement without fulfillment.

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