The Compound Effect

shutterstock_76559029Although most people recognize the idea of the compound effect in relation to the financial world, the truth is, it effects every part of your life.  The idea is simple. If you make small changes in your life, they add up and eventually cause a dramatic difference.  As Darren Hardy states, in his book, The Compound Effect: If one person ate just 125 more calories per day for 18 months he would gain over 33 lbs.  But if his friend, cut the same number of calories per day, he would lose over 33 lbs!

“31 months = 940 days 940 days x 125 calories/day = 117,500 calories saved 117,500 calories saved x 1 pound/3,500 calories = 33.5 pounds!”

“Small, Smart Choices + Consistency + Time = RADICAL DIFFERENCE”

― Darren Hardy, The Compound Effect

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