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How to Get EASY wins⚡️

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How to Get EASY wins⚡️
By Jay Kapoor • Issue #51 • View online

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Make it easier for you to win!
The other day, I put out a tweet that said,
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"Make accomplishing things as easy as possible.

Find the easiest way to start exercising.

Find the easiest way to start writing.

People make things more complicated than they have to and get frustrated when they can’t succeed. Try not to."
Now, the basic reasoning behind this philosophy is that your mind works on momentum and feedback. If you make the start of ANY task difficult for you, it’s going to be tough to get it done, and hence there is a high chance you won’t try it.
If your gym is 30 minutes away from your house, it is bound to happen that you will miss your workouts. It is going to be difficult to eat cleanly if your fridge is full of soft drinks and processed foods.
But, if you just do the simple tasks of getting a gym near your place and keeping no bad food in your fridge; it’s a small win right there.
Once you have enough positive feedback and momentum, it is not going to be difficult to achieve the big tasks!
“Momentum is an underrated statistic. So much of your life is dependent on how you are already living it. Get small wins in life to generate momentum. One good day is the first step to a great life.“
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