A Little Bit More Each Day

Each and every day, try to do a little bit more than you did the day before. Try to work on your goals a little bit more than you did the day before. Take a little bit more action toward your dreams than you did previously. Put a little bit more effort into your relationships…

Progress Over Completion

We cannot control all aspects of life, nor should we expect ourselves to be able to. A lot of things come at us from day to day, probably more than we can effectively address, manage, or resolve. That is okay. Trying to solve every perceived problem, complete every task, and make progress in every direction…

Increment Progress Over Misguided Momentum (Kaizen)

As important as momentum is to progress, momentum in the wrong direction or in too many directions at once is counterproductive. We need to break free from the things that are holding us back, whether these are fear, procrastination, distraction, or some other form of internal or external resistance, and get moving in the direction…

A Little Bit Of (Measured) Progress Each Day

Progress does not have to be extreme, but it has to be consistent and it has to be observable. We all need to feel like we are making progress in our lives, like our lives have purpose and meaning. One way to accomplish this is to set measurable, achievable goals for each day. These goals…

Creating Change Requires Risk

Some ideas are worth pursuing and some are not, but there is no way to know the difference without trying. By definition, an idea cannot be great without its potential to create some kind of change. Change is a risky proposition because change requires movement and, in order for movement to occur, friction, resistance, and…