Daily practice create the fastest change

A short essay on the benefits of daily practice to improve fast.

What is the best way to way to create change?

Whether you want to learn a new skill, improve your social skills, or lose weight, how to design a system to make positive change happen.

Most of the advice you’ll find will tell you to stick to a strict and good practice regularly and have patience. The habits compound and the results can be impressive 1 year from now.

Slow and steady wins the race.

Though it’s probably true, this is a bad idea.

We should do something as often as possible.


My best progress in losing weight, dating, or starting a business happened at the same time and I was practicing daily:

  • 30mn of sport every morning
  • A full day at the coworking in an entrepreneurial environment
  • Often a date at night.

In about 6 weeks, I was in the best shape of my life, I had finally started two businesses after being paralysed the previous 3 years and overcame my shyness & fear in dating.

I chose aggression.

The daily practice made me move fast through the learning curve and reap the easy benefits.

I also removed the decision paralysis and trained my execution, creativity, and social skills muscles.

Action & momentum wins the sprint and makes you start the race.

Somehow, a few years later, I fell in the same paralysis.

Except for my recent newsletter launch, I haven’t shipped a creative project in a long time. Worse, my last meaningful piece of writing date of more than one year.

I want to relearn to write, to ship, and create IP.

I’m leveraging online accountability

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