Use The Compound Effect To Make Small Daily Actions Easier

The concept of compounding applies to many areas of life, and can help you make the small frequent investments that lead to larger gains.

**Beeple’s daily art posts for 14 years are a great example of the compound effect outside of monetary investments.**He made headlines for selling an NFT of his work for $69 million, but I find the story behind his journey the most fascinating.

Beeple has a section on his website called Everydays, where he’s shared his work for the last 5000+ days. A description of the page reads, “These pictures are all done from start to finish every day. The purpose of the project is to help me get better at different things.”

Here’s the first post he shared on May 1, 2007:

Here’s a more recent post he shared on September 1, 2020:

Creating and sharing each day allowed his skills, audience and leverage to compound. And with the internet we’re able to get a glimpse into Beeple’s journey through the archives of his work.

Beeple’s story and the concept of compounding pushed me to ask myself: What is something I want to commit to investing in each day? I had a few things come to mind that all fall under either health, learning or creating. I know these small daily acts will lead to larger benefits.

And now I want to extend the question to you. What do you want to commit to investing in each day? The results will surely compound.

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