How To Get Exponential Results In Your Life

high-performance practices Sep 11, 2021

Today's video is below :) You are going to learn about the long-term exponential impact. of the little things in life.


Those little things that are really easy for us to do.


And it's really easy for us to not do them too.


For example, going to the gym working out for 30 minutes every single day is actually pretty easy for us to do. But it's also easy for us not to do it.


Likewise, eating one doughnut at lunch each day, or a small bowl of ice cream is really easy to do. And it's easy not to do.


Both of these actions lead to something called long term exponential impact, meaning that the result that we experience from doing those little things every single day is actually nonlinear, meaning that you won't experience immediate results or immediate gratification from doing that little thing.


Well, with the exception of the donut :)


maybe the donut makes you feel good for a little while until you experience an energetic drop.

And that energetic drop leads to lethargy, fatigue, kind of just feeling slow in the afternoon. This especially happens if you decide to have that IPA or that beer with your lunch, you feel that afternoon bloatedness. And what I call lunch, lethargy.

 


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Video Script Notes: reference only!


In today's video, I'm going to be talking about the long term exponential impact of the little things in life.

Those little things that are really easy for us to do.

And it's really easy for us to not do them too.

For example, going to the gym working out for 30 minutes every single day is actually pretty easy for us to do. But it's also easy for us not to do it.

Likewise, eating one doughnut at lunch each day, or a small bowl of ice cream is really easy to do. And it's easy not to do.

Both of these actions lead to something called long term exponential impact, meaning that the result that we experience from doing those little things every single day is actually nonlinear, meaning that you won't experience immediate results or immediate gratification from doing that little thing.

Well, with the exception of the donut :)

maybe the donut makes you feel good for a little while until you experience an energetic drop.

And that energetic drop leads to lethargy, fatigue, kind of just feeling slow in the afternoon. This especially happens if you decide to have that IPA or that beer with your lunch, you feel that afternoon bloatedness. And what I call lunch, lethargy.

So to just kind of visualize this entire thing, I'd like to use the daily donut principle. And what we're looking at here is both positive and negative long term exponential growth curves. So if you were someone who chose to have the daily donut or the IPA at once each day, you might actually be experiencing just a little drop in your daily performance. And while that little daily drop might not seemingly matter on a Monday or a Wednesday or a Friday, when you do that over and over again for weeks, and then months, and then years, it catches up to you. And you start to experience a dramatic downward downward exponential growth curve, meaning that your performance actually begins to pile up negatively so so your sleep is poor, you will have to work longer hours on a daily basis. And even if you're only working an extra half an hour or an hour a day, because you decide to have that daily doughnut or that daily IPA, this adds up significantly over time. We're going to talk about the cumulative effect over time in just a couple of minutes here. But what happens as a result of this accumulated effect of the daily donut is we experienced dramatic drops in our quality of relationships, our health, in all other areas of our lives, just from doing that little simple thing on a consistent basis. Now contrary or Likewise, if we decided to commit to something that I call the lunch hour of excellence, which is a stack of activities that really supercharge your afternoon, and supercharge the rest of your day, one of those being just a simple 20 minute workout. And you could do this in the park, it could be a walk, it can be you going to the gym for 20 or 30 minutes at lunchtime, just committing to doing this series of stacked activities, stacked high performance activities in your lunch hour of excellence pocket empowers you with the energy to really skyrocket your performance in those later hours of the day when most people's ability to focus and get deep work done actually goes to the floor. And as a result, you rest deeper at night, and you spend more time in flow state getting work done that actually matters or getting shit done. That matters to you and your projects and getting to where you want to be at the end of the week, month or year. So even if you can just spend one extra hour in flow state free from lethargy and the distractions and the bombardment of things that pull you away from getting to where you want to be. If you can spend one extra hour in this state of concentration over the five days that you work each week, added up to five hours a week. And if you compound this now, over an entire month you're getting 20 extra hours in flow state doing deep work and compounded over an entire year you're getting 240 hours back 240 hours that you can reinvest into getting work done that matters to you. Or you could take that six week vacation that you've always wanted to take with your wife, your kids, your family, or even just with your buddies and yourself. So let me just bring us back to the question the point that I started with. And that is that success is really the result of these series of little things that are easy to do and easy not to do that we commit to on a daily basis over a very long period of time. And as time passes, six months, a year, two years, we start to experience the long term exponential impact of doing the little things consistently. Well. So that's everything I have for today's video. I'd like to leave you with one question, if you could drop an answer to this question in the comments below. And that is, what are the little things that you're doing on a daily basis that are not contributing to your positive long term exponential growth? And what are the little things that you are doing that are contributing to your long term exponential decline in your performance? So awareness is the first step of change. And I'm just asking that you honestly ask yourself this question and drop an answer in the comments below. That's it for today. Have a great week. Peace.