The sneaky thing about seemingly small decisions is that they compound over time.

Making small disciplined tweaks to your diet can be the difference between 50 pounds of fat over a ten year horizon.
Being disciplined on small decisions within your spending habits can make 6 figure differences when it’s time to retire.
A small investment of time to call friends and family during your busy schedule can make the difference between having a relationship or not over a long enough timespan.
Think of your life as a moldable wooden block, each decision you make, no matter how big or how small is a hit with the chisel, slowly forming the person you will be 10, 25, 50 years from now.

Over the next few weeks I’ll reflect on how I think about these little decisions.More importantly, how I think about them logically in order to avoid regret.

Every decision you make is shutting one door and opening another, it is an overwhelming task unless you have clarity on your personal values and direction.
Over this next week, try to think about all these small decisions you make on a daily basis and let’s dive in next Friday.