Incremental Change


It has now been over one year since the launch of Lyndale Financial. I can’t thank my clients, friends, family, and supporters enough for the encouragement they have provided me this past year.

Thinking back to just one short year ago, I notice a massive amount of change in both my professional and personal life. However, that massive change didn’t come in one fell swoop. It was tiny steps, each and every day.

You often hear me talking about just getting started or making small, incremental changes to your current habits, like Creating Small Wins. The reason for this is those small improvements lead to massive improvements in the long run, as you can see in the sketch above by Carl Richards of Behavior Gap.

As Bill Gates once said “Most people overestimate what they can do in one year and underestimate what they can do in ten years.”

If you don’t believe him, remember that Jeff Bezos started Amazon just 23 years ago, and is now the wealthiest man in the world.

What change can you make today, so that you see massive improvement one year from now? Five years from now? Twenty years from now?


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