Change Management, Effectiveness, Personal Development

The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy

Today’s big idea comes from Darren Hardy and his brilliant and highly motivating book, ‘The Compound Effect’.! Through personal anecdotes and insight from his business experience, Hardy uses a casual and talkative style to illustrate how small incremental changes can lead to great success both in business and life.

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The book takes its starting point in Hardy’s childhood. He shares how he was raised by a single father, who taught him the importance of strict discipline and hard work!

Like his father always said: “If your competitor is smarter, more talented, more experienced, you just need to work 3- 4 times as hard, and you can still beat him no matter what the challenge is.

Hardy emphasizes how this upbringing helped him achieve remarkable success early in life and names the formula to his success “The Compound Effect”. In its essence, ‘The Compound effect’ underlines that things don’t change overnight but through consistent steps towards achieving your goals.  All in all, it comes down to this: Small choices plus consistency plus time equals radical changes.

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