When it comes to change, you don’t need to take massive, gigantic action. You only need to implement tiny, 1% shifts in your life to grow yourself.
Tiny habits are the compound interest of the self-improvement world. Human beings struggle to develop and maintain habits. We do things like work out like crazy for a week or so, and then stop completely. We go on a super strict diet where we eat like rabbits, only to find ourselves engulfing a chocolate cake by the weekend. We get so overwhelmed and “go all in” that we don’t realize the power of consistency and 1% changes. If you consistently do something, even in small things, it acts as compounding interest in your life.
Listen On: iTunes | Google Play | Stitcher | Spotify
Tune in to hear Kim share:
- What money and compound interest have to do with your personal development goals.
- Why you are giving up on your goal too quickly and the profound power of consistency.
- How bite-sized habits work to create real change.
- Even if change isn’t noticeable, it’s creating a ripple effect that will pay off in the long-run.
“The difference a tiny improvement can make over time is astounding. Here’s how the math works out: if you can get 1% better each day for one year, you’ll end up thirty–seven times better by the time you’re done.” — James Clear
Kim Strobel is Chief Happiness Officer at Kim Strobel Live Events and Retreats. She is a teacher, consultant, motivational speaker, happiness coach, and a mission-minded person whose passion is helping others overcome their fears and discover their joy!
Love this episode and want to continue the conversation with me and other like minded individuals? Join the free private, She Finds Joy Facebook community.