Small improvements matter, because they can add up to big changes. If you add just one percent to your efforts each day, day after day, in only seventy days your effectiveness will double.
Small improvements are easy to make, and they can make a big difference. The key is to keep making them, to continue improving on the improvements.
Are you frustrated because you’re not as effective as you’d like to be? You can begin to change that right now, and put an end to your frustration.
Accept that you can’t instantly get all the way to maximum effectiveness. Yet you can very realistically make one small, easy improvement after another.
Don’t worry about how you will get a whole lot better. Just find a way, right now, to get a little bit better.
Make a small, easily accessible improvement, and then make another, and another. Soon, you’ll be much further ahead than you ever could have imagined.
— Ralph Marston