Small Changes=Better life! Part 1

Last week I talked one day about The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy. I wanted to elaborate on this more. Do small changes really lead to a better life? YES! For close to two years now I’ve been working on learning about how to be a professional network marketer. Something that has not come easy. But here is the thing, I haven’t given up! And because of that  I’m seeing improvement. What am I doing to see improvement? I’m going to talk about several things. But not all today.

Today, it is all about time! We all have 24 hours in a day. How we spend those 24 hours can and does vary for all of us. One change I’ve made is that I’m making a conscious decision to read daily. Right now for the second time, I am reading “The Compound Effect” by Darren Hardy. A fantastic book that I think that everyone should read. If you read for just 10 minutes a day, that comes out to an hour and ten minutes in a week. Not much. But over time, that will add up.  That 10 minutes a day comes out to 3,650 minutes a day. That equates to almost 61 hours a year. That is a lot! But it is totally manageable! I read one hour a day. On purpose. It is literally on my schedule. I spend 30 minutes reading a book on business, like this book. But I also spend 30 minutes reading a book on being healthy. That is it. I also enjoy just reading fun fiction books. Currently I’m reading the Chronicles of Narnia series.

People say, “I don’t have time” to me frequently. If it is important to you, you will find the time. Start small. You can find 10 minutes in your day. I strongly suggest that you start with this book. Like Les Brown says, “You have greatness within you.” The question is, are you going to let it stay in you or are you going to let it come out. Until next time…




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