My online mentors all have some version of this advice: improve a little bit, each day.
Have you heard the idea about improving by just 1% every day?
I'm not sure how to measure and track progress for it, but I had an idea last week.
Just shoot for 10 minutes a day on each of the things I know I need to do every day.
So far today I've spent way more than 10 minutes on some of the things.
Just as long as I can get 10 minutes in on everything.
The hardest part for me is the mindset.
The hope is that I'll spend way more than 10 minutes because I need to put in quality time on my goals. But I can't spend 1-2 hours on everything every day. 10 minutes is still forward progress - I try to remind myself that "slow motion is better than no motion."
One of my mentors always says: we're not trying to build a skyscraper over night.
Just build brick by brick and eventually there'll be a skyscraper.
It's a Japanese improvement concept called kaizen - improve little by little.
What's one thing you know you need to do for 10 minutes every day?