If we’re aiming for growth, we wanna see the results fast. We try to force it aggressively, and we do that more than we like to admit. And that actually backfires, instead of jumpstarting our journey to a higher level.

This might mean that slow but sure growth is a lot better. You don’t usually get distracted if that’s what you’re truly about. Because you take bad days into consideration, good old consistency doesn’t fail you. And of course it comes with a price, you need to do the extra work of managing your habits, instead of just winging it. But boy, is it worth it!

And who knows, your growth might compound over time, with you showing up repeatedly.




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