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Where would you be?

If you made small marginal 1% improvements in the things you do – doesn’t matter what they are, they be could habits, lifestyle, marketing, whatever – everyday, where would you be in a year’s time? In two year’s time, so on and so forth?

Dave Brailsford, General Manager and Performance Director for Team Sky (Great Britain’s professional cycling team) referred to this as “the aggregation of marginal gains.” Using this ‘principle’ he helped Sir Bradley Wiggins, the first British rider to win the Tour de France medal in 2012.

There is a similar thought in the Chinese saying, “不怕慢 只怕站.” Translated to mean, “Do not be afraid of going slowly, be afraid of stopping.”

How much progress can you make?

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