The extra effort can add value to the class one finish and turn it in to super extraordinary.
Extra work out
25 squat jumps
01-minute wall sit
25 spider man planks
50 Sumo Squats
How good can be turn into great?
water is heated to 212°F (100°C). This is the boiling point of water. When water is boiling, we call the hot water vapor steam. steam has the power to run the railway engine. WATER COULD NOT BE TURN IN TO STEAM AT 211°F. When steam or water vapor cools down, it turns back to liquid
The book ” THE 110% SOLUTIONS” written by an author Mark McCormack is adding value to the life of the reader.
The following equation will help all of us in opening our minds.
(!) 365 = 1
Now I know you may be thinking… “I’m not interested in maths”.
Well, that’s understandable… but it reveals something that we can apply directly and with great ease into our businesses.
So many independent business owners are overwhelmed with to-do lists as long as their arm and find it difficult to get everything done. There’s often a sense of never doing enough and that there’s always something else to do.
The idea of the 1% principle is to help you see that you can find the time for these tasks.
The first equation is simply the number 1 raised to the power 365.
The number 365 simply means 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 … 365 times. Anything multiplied by 1 remains unchanged, so the result is 1.
But what happens if we add 1% to that, which is the second equation?
1% bigger than 1 is 1.01, it’s just one percent more.
And if we take 1.01 and we raise that to the power 365 — so in other words, we multiply 1.01 x 1.01 x 1.01 x 1.01 … 365 times, what would you think the answer would be? How big do you think this number gets…?
Well… you may be surprised that it equals 37.8 … notice that this is almost 38 times bigger than the answer to the first equation above.
This is the result you’d get if you “did just 1% more than usual”.
On the other hand, what happens if you do 1% less?
This time the answer is VERY different … the result collapses … ending up at just less than 0.03.
It’s worth recognizing the implication here … starting with “what you’ve got now” (represented as “1”), doing “not quite enough” on a consistent basis erodes what you’ve got almost completely.
I believe, that it is the extra efforts created for a victory that created long-lasting effects.