I got an email from a reader named John:
I'm writing to you because I'm in the process of recording an audio course.... and I make reference to your work.
Revision, especially when trying to hold down a job, is a big personal project ... and Two Weeks to a Breakthrough has been really influential to the way I approach it.
I was wondering if you had a quick (single sentence) piece of advice or top tip that I could include for students, when I plug your book?
I sent John a few one-liners to choose from:
Research show us that you can zoom toward your goal if you work at it a little each day - this is better than being a weekend warrior!
Have a big goal? Chip away at it a little bit per day and you will get there fast.
Focus is the act of working on what matters most.
To generate breakthroughs, stay focused and take small actions every day.
Like the puff of air from a butterfly's flap, small daily action reverberate and create a wind of progress.
I think I like that last one best. What's your one-liner for success?