difference. Recognize, however, that
it will make a difference. Putting
the slight edge principle into action on our
side will turn the tide on any goal we
haven’t kept up with, if we start today and
do something towards it daily. This is a
most empowering realization. Mastering
the slight edge principle doesn’t need to
be time-consuming, but it does need to be
proactively scheduled and diligently adhered to.
In today’s fast-paced world of instant-gratification, utilizing the slight edge can seem
like it’s not working or taking too long.
Be patient. Don’t give up. The results will
come. The slight edge is always at work,
either for us or against us. The years will
pass anyway, and we might as well have the
slight edge working for us! It will be worth it.
Regardless of what aspect of life your New
Year’s Resolutions touch on, the slight edge
principle will serve you well and make 2015
your best year ever.
Begin conscientiously harnessing the power
of the slight edge with the following steps:
Visualize the 2015 that you desire to
create and write your three to five most
important goals. To activate and engage
more of your brain, add photos/drawings of
the completion of each goal, and write your
goals in color.
Next to each of these goals, write down
what you will do each and every day to
make progress towards their accomplishment. Remember, you don’t need to devote
all day every day to your goals; just something each day. These actions will add up
faster than you expect.
Make several copies of your daily action