Why Small Steps Will Get You Further Than Big Leaps


If you wait to be ready instead of taking a swing at something, chances are you’re going to miss your window of opportunity. So many of us get paralyzed by perfection and fear any sort of feedback that we end up not even trying. But, if there’s one thing we’ve learned about business over the years, it’s that you need to be okay with putting out a minimum viable product and improving from there. Listen in as we unpack some examples of how we learned this lesson and what you can do today to take action. 



(1:03) Welcome back to another He Said She Said episode of The Chris Harder Show.

(3:50) Lori reads a passage from Atomic Habits by James Clear.

(5:38) Chris and Lori discuss why it’s so important to take small steps towards your goals instead of waiting for a giant leap. 

(9:23) Chris gives an example of what happens when you wait for circumstances to be perfect.  

(12:17) Chris illustrates the compounding effect of taking small steps.  

(14:14) Chris asks Lori to share about an area in her life where taking small steps led to major milestones.  

(18:23) Text ROUNDTABLE to 310-421-0416 to get information about the next roundtable VIP business strategy session. 

You can't play big
until you're willing to
play small frequently.

You’re Going To Hear About:

  • Recognizing the compound effect of taking small steps toward your goals 
  • Why you can’t play big until you’re willing to play small 
  • Using feedback as your roadmap 
  • How to get out of the analysis paralysis cycle and start taking action

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