Marginal change in action creates big results

Here’s a video of me telling a joke which teaches an interesting lesson about personal change.

It lasts less than 2 minutes. It was filmed in front of 2,200 people in the UK, as part of Andrew Reynolds’ Entrepreneur Boot Camp. The whole of my presentation lasted an hour.

As I explained in the video, if you make just small changes in the actions you take in your life, this can lead to big results.

For example, if you are a runner, just making marginal improvements in the way you run and train  – perhaps as little as a 1% or even a half of one per cent improvement – can take you from third place in a race to first.


Because there is often such a tiny amount of time which separates the first 3 places.

So if you are willing to set aside a small amount of time each day to invest in your personal growth, the rewards you can reap may be bigger than you think.

You’ll find a range of ebooks on this site under the Products tab on the NavBar above which can help give you that edge in your life, whatever you are trying to accomplish.

See the following page I created where I teach a similar lesson but with a different twist: it’s the story of 2 woodcutters.