• Luke Cleland

Small wins = big victories

Updated: Dec 31, 2020

As I've mentioned before, I'm not a big process guy. I'm working on that - as you know.

One major way I have seen growth in this area, is changing how I view growing my business. Changing my view on what is important. Making small wins big victories.

Because becoming an overnight success, takes 20 years to facilitate. Everyone sees the big victory, but only you see all the small wins along the way.

The hard thing is changing my mindset. I need to see the drama and excitement in the small things. I think that is how we can really start enjoying the processes of building. If all you enjoy is the end, the success, the fanfare, you'll never get there. The big victories are all built on the 20,000 small wins.


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