Compounding Effect Tag Archive

Why early civilisations prospered in Europe and Asia

(Extracted from Atomic Habits by James Clear) The primary axis of the Americas runs from north to south. That is, the landmass of North and South America tends to be tall and thin rather than wide and fat. The same...

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Find a career with compounding effect

(Extracted from How To Be Successful by Sam Altman) You also want to be an exponential curve yourself—you should aim for your life to follow an ever-increasing up-and-to-the-right trajectory. It’s important to move...

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Habits have compounding effects

(Extracted from Atomic Habits by James Clear) Habits often appear to make no difference until you cross a critical threshold and unlock a new level of performance. In the early and middle stages of any quest, there is...

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