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Advantages Of Tracking

Advantages Of Tracking

This process forces you to be conscious of each of your decisions.

Jim Rohn says, “What’s simple to do is also simple not to do”.

Magic is not the complexity of the task, but it’s in doing the simple things repeatedly and long enough to ignite the miracle of the Compound Effect.


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I found that Compounding is vital across various aspects of life i.e. finance, education, health, skills, productivity, personal development, emotional well-being and relationships. In essence, compounding serves as a foundational principle that magnifies progress, allowing gradual, sustained efforts to yield remarkable results across diverse life domains.

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