Last summer, Gail and I visited the Royal Gorge near Cañon City, Colorado. It is only a few hundred feet wide at the top but more than 1,250 feet deep in places. This ten-mile long canyon was cut into solid granite over approximately three million years, at just a half an inch per century. It is an awesome example of the power of incremental change over time.
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You can make small, daily investments that will soon lead to big results. Here are seven examples to get your creativity flowing:
- Losing weight.
- Paying off debt.
- Improving profitability.
- Writing a book.
- Running long distances.
- Reading the Bible.
- Improving your marriage.
How can you harness the power of incremental change? By following these five steps:
- Identify a goal.
- Make sure it is S.M.A.R.T.
- Identify your incremental change (or new practice).
- Track your progress.
- Recruit a growth partner.
I also answer three questions from my listeners.
- “How do you get yourself motivated to make the change in the first place?”
- “I just don’t seem to have much will-power. Is there any hope for me?”
- “When do you take massive action verses practicing incremental change?”
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