Day 25: The Domino Effect of Success

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  • 1 4oz lightly cooked salmon filet
  • 16oz water + 1tbsp Chia seeds
  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 4oz cup of shredded zucchini
  • 1 40z cup of shredded yellow squash
  • 4 beef meatballs
  • Fasting – No Food, Water Only
  • Fasting – No Food, Water Only
  • Fasting – No Food, Water Only
  • Fasting – No Food, Water Only


  • I am reading the book Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown and he talks about a CEO who said yes to many requests without really thinking about it. And then he goes on to explain how his stress went up as the quality of his work went down. The book is full of wisdom nuggets like this that make me stop and think – “Hey, that’s me.” Today I will say “yes” to only the things that only I can do, and say no to everything else.

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I’m wrapping up a course on How to Market using Your About Us page on your website. I will be teaching two classes this afternoon covering that topic with two different audiences. The challenge is in explaining why each element is important to an About Us page.



My interactions today with other people were a stretch outside my comfort zone. There are a couple of people in our network who have asked for help and words of encouragement. Today I took a few minutes to text words of encouragement and send memes of humor on the subjects they are focusing on. I’m hoping it was a moment of hope in an otherwise busy day.

Business Progress


I went to bed last night, probably the first time in my adult life, when I was not physically exhausted – I went to bed because it was early – and the right thing to do. I fell asleep almost immediately and slept soundly through the night until the alarm rang this morning.

Day 25: The Domino Effect of Success

The “domino effect” of success is a concept that draws an analogy between a line of dominoes falling over and a chain reaction of positive outcomes in someone’s life or within an organization. When one domino falls, it triggers the next, and the momentum continues, symbolizing how a small change or success can lead to a series of larger successes.

Here’s how the domino effect can apply to success:

Small Wins

Success often starts with small victories. Achieving these can boost confidence, and motivation, and provide the learning experiences necessary to tackle more significant challenges.

Momentum Building

Like a falling domino, each success can make it easier to achieve the next one. The energy and confidence from prior successes can fuel further efforts.

Compounding Effects

Over time, small achievements can accumulate, leading to significant results. This is akin to the compounding interest effect in finance, where the gains from an investment increase exponentially over time.

Confidence and Skills

With each success, individuals or organizations develop skills and confidence, which can improve performance in future endeavors.

Inspirational to Others

Success can inspire and motivate peers and colleagues to pursue their goals, thereby creating a culture of success within a group or organization.

Change in Perception

Initial successes can change how individuals and their efforts are perceived by others, leading to increased opportunities and support.

Increased Risk Tolerance

With a track record of success, individuals or organizations may be more willing to take calculated risks, potentially leading to even greater rewards.

To leverage the domino effect in personal development or management, it’s often recommended to start with attainable goals that lead to quick wins. By systematically planning and executing these goals, the momentum from each “fallen domino” can help propel an individual or a team toward larger and more challenging objectives.

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Recommended Resources:

The New Tape – 8 Hours of Positive Reprogramming While You Sleep
Intermittent Fasting’s Darkest Secret
What to Say When You Talk to Yourself
Negative Self-Talk and How to Change It
The Self-Talk Workout: Six Science-Backed Strategies to Dissolve Self-Criticism and Transform the Voice in Your Head
365 Days of Positive Self-Talk
The Power of Positive Self-Talk
Daily Progress
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My Journey Back

Today’s Body:



7.10 Hours | Min


112 oz.




Calories In


Calories Burned

Cal Burned:



144.6 lbs


24.00 Hours | Min


On a scale of 1 – to 10 – I was a 10 all day.




  • 250 Yards Warmup
  • 15 min speed kick
  • 15 min water aerobics – all out
  • 15 min water running
  • 250 yards warm down
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