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Motivation and Momentum – The Compound Effect

You know, former procrastinators, even experts in their fields don’t agree.  Stephen Guise encourages such small goals that performing them takes very little effort – so little that it’s actually easy to exercise will power and do them.  (Read two pages in a book, do one push up.) In The Compound Effect Darren Hardy says, no, will power won’t carry you through.  You have to have motivation.  Hardy’s not talking about mini goals but “regular” size ones.  Still, we have two folks who both offer us ... Read More about Motivation and Momentum – The Compound Effect

A Dad’s Compounding Influence – The Compound Effect

Happy Day After Father’s Day, former procrastinators.   I hope you have wonderful fathers, husbands, sons, and other influential men in your lives that you gratefully honor.  Reviewing Darren Hardy’s The Compound Effect has prompted me to recall ways my own dad compounded his influence as my father.  His consistent “deposits” of instruction, counsel, fun, and provision grew a large harvest in my life.  These and other things compounded over the years: His Values –  Family relationships were ... Read More about A Dad’s Compounding Influence – The Compound Effect

Are You Tracking? – The Compound Effect

Last week, former procrastinators, we saw the large impact of small actions repeated over time.  In Darren Hardy’s book Compound Effect we’re reminded that the large impact can be either negative or positive.  Our repeated steps take us in a direction.  Whether it’s mindless munching on potato chips (I’m so guilty) or steady review of Bible verses (getting better) we move away from what we desire or toward it. A friend of ours points out,  “We always reap what we sow.  We reap more than we ... Read More about Are You Tracking? – The Compound Effect

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