1% Rule

Consistency and frequency is greater than amount…

It is better to work on being better at what you do by 1% everyday for 1000 days, than trying to improve by 1000% in one day, which is virtually impossible.

Constant progress is the key to improvement.

1% is easy to do and may seem little, but it’s not the amount that matters, it’s the consistency and frequency at which you improve yourself.

Read 10 pages of a book a day and you will read 10 books a year; try reading 10 books in one sitting and you will burnout before getting through half of one.

Jog for 10 minutes every week instead of trying to run a marathon once a year without exercising any other time.

Focus on that 1% improvement, consistently and frequently, and you’ll eventually make it to the top 1% in what you do.

I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times” – Bruce Lee


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