There is no way to sugar coat the first fact of self-improvement: Staying the same just isn’t going to work.
Whether you are talking about fitness, your relationships, your mindset, your job performance, or any other aspect of your life, in order to make improvements, you will likely need to do something differently.
Without striving for more efficiency and constant improvement, the Law of 1% will never take effect for you. The Law of 1% improvement relies on compound interest. If you continually improve by 1%, the increasing baseline will enable that 1% to have more of an impact at each step. The result is an exponential pattern, and once you hit “the tipping point”, you will be flooded with results.
The question remains, “How do we make continual and gradual improvements over time?”
Check out this article for the answer!