Focus on doing the minimum, not the maximum.

In the last month I have written over 100,000 words and will have 2 new books finished in the next two weeks. How can one man produce so much written content in such a short amount of time?

The same way every producer hits his production each day: set a minimum acceptable amount each day, do it every day, and your production will soar.

Right now I am writing in two daily shifts, each day every day, first thing in the morning and last thing at night.

If I hit a hot streak, I cancel my daily plans and go with the flow if I can afford to.

This year my goal is to publish 3 more books, essentially doubling the size of my published work in one year, this is not for vanity, fame or fortune, I simply believe that the messages in my work must be delivered this year as my duty to my tribe. The longer an idea sits, the weaker it becomes.

Do the minimum each day, and eventually over time, your results will compound to massive results.

As one of my mentors said to me once: put a dollar away every day and at the end of the year, you have $365 bucks, but if you only do it once a month, you only have $12 bucks. This applies to everything in life.

Do the minimum each day, do not deviate.