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Process - Week 3

“Wealth gained hastily[d] will dwindle, but whoever gathers little by little will increase it.” Proverbs 13:11 ESV

In his book "21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership," John shares the inspiring story of Anne

Scheiber, a dedicated public school teacher who taught during tumultuous times like World War I, the Great Depression, and World War II. Despite retiring in 1943 at the age of 50 with just $5,000 in savings, Anne's diligent financial habits and investment strategies propelled her wealth to a staggering $22 million by the time she passed away at 101. Her journey exemplifies the profound impact of consistent processes.

Last month, the Mega Millions lottery was over 1 billion dollars. Someone hastily gained a lot of wealth; if the lottery winners' wealth statistic holds true, that money will be gone in a few years. The process for gaining that wealth was to do it quickly so it stands to reason the process for spending that wealth will be quick as well.

Little by little is the strategy for applying processes that will last. As James Clear talks about in his book Atomic Habits, making one small incremental change at a time. This is how you gain compounding change. What one thing change you do today and every day moving forward?

Go, outlive your limits!

Your Coach - Aaron Jones

P.S. Reach out to me or one of the Leadership Harbor coaches to set up a discovery coaching session or to join one of our fantastic leadership opportunities.

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