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10 ways to take advantage of the flywheel effect

A flywheel is used in engines. It is a weighted wheel that once the engine starts, it helps perpetuate the motion. You can have this affect in other activities where the more you do a certain activity, the better the results will be.

it is another way of saying be consistent. Small actions will lead to big results.

Another feature of a flywheel effect is the more you do of something the more you will be able to do.

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    1. Be pleasant to others

    This comes more naturally to some people but cultivating this habit means that other people’s reactions will be more pleasant and make your pleasant responses easier.

    2. Exercise

    Small amounts of regular exercise over time give big results.

    3. Invest money early and regularly.

    Start early, don’t stop and let compounding work it’s magic for you.

    4. Maintain a sleep schedule

    The more consistent you are with a sleep schedule, the more benefits you will experience, and it becomes easier to stay on the same schedule.

    5. Skill practice

    Whether it is playing musical scales or making scrambled eggs, skills build on themselves.

    6. Read books

    The more you read, the more you will understand about the world or even specific topics. Once you understand ”computers for dummies” then you can learn about “Python for dummies “, advanced Python, etc.

    7. Write

    The more you write, the better you are at expressing yourself.

    8. Track your progress (in anything)

    Once you have tracked your progress for a period of time (a year) you have data to reflect on and analyze. The more data you have, the better decisions you can make.

    9. Think

    Setting aside time to think is essential and underutilized. You could consider this a type of meditation.

    10. Plan your life

    The more you plan for your life, the more you can get out of it. Also practicing thinking in longer time horizons of a weekend, to a month to a year to a decade.

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