1. Identify small problems or inefficiencies in your life.
2. Invest small amounts of time and money for small improvements.
3. Recognize the creation of large long-term rewards.
It’s no secret that the key to success is efficiency. This is why the world’s corporate powers have teams of professionals whose sole job is to identify and create long-term efficiencies. While you may not have your own specialized team analyzing your every move, it is important to take the time to reflect on small problems or inefficiencies in your life.
It’s this time spent in reflection of today’s habits and processes that moulds the shape of your successes in the future.
My advice is to implement one small change to your daily or weekly routine each week. List these down and revisit them every six months as a constant reminder of what you’re capable of, and how much more you can achieve with short bursts of progress.