When we want to make a change in our lives, we have to understand that it’s going to take some effort on our own part. If we decide if that’s what we want to do, we need to understand that even small focused habitual change can yield big results. What many people don’t want to recognize is that planning for 10 minutes a day can have a compound effect that far outreaches the goals people may or may not want to accomplish. At the same time, if you’re not willing to put in 10 minutes a day, what do you truly expect to get out of your “so called” effort?

10 minutes a day seems so inconsequential on the good side or on the bad side. But if you add up 10 minutes of bad habits every day, at the end of the week you have over an hour of bad habits. At the same time, if you have 10 minutes of good habits every day at the end of the week, you’ll be sitting in much better shape than you were at the beginning of the week.

Ultimately, it comes down to us doing more than we currently are. If you focus MORE on something, you’ll get more out of it. If you aren’t Wyoming to put more work into it, you should not expect to somehow just get all that extra weight off.