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How to Leverage the L.E.A.P. Principle for Big Results

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How to Leverage the L.E.A.P. Principle for Big Results

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The Law of Diminishing Intent

The Law of Diminishing Intent

It states that the longer you postpone taking action, the less likely you will be to take it.

Jim Rohn originally noticed this phenomenon and coined the term.

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The LEAP Principle

To counteract it the Law of Diminishing Intent, use the LEAP Principle, which states that you should never leave the scene of clarity without taking decisive action.

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Taking a big LEAP

  • Lean into the change with confidence, especially if you are aware of the fact that a change is desirable or necessary.
  • Engage with the concept until you have a fair image about it. Work with it until you’ve got a sense of what to do.
  • Activate and do something. Don't wait until you feel you have all the information.
  • Pounce and do it now. Once you’ve determined your next step, take it.

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