In Darren Hardy’s book the compound effect, he talks about the power of one thing, whether that be saving money, practicing a habit or doing a behavior, done over the course of time has a greater effect than if it is saved (in the case of money) or done (in the case of a habit) just the one time. We can easily see this working if we saved one dollar on day one, then two dollars on day two, and so on. The same is true with a habit or behavior. For example, if we swing a bat ten times on day one, and twenty times on day two, over time the compound effect comes into play and we have the potential to be a great hitter.
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