Progressing each time you practice

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Progressing each time you practice

Bankers are incrementalists. They understand the power of compound interest, which is the capacity to make progress over time through slow, unsexy, but consistent increments.

That process is what yoga is all about. Working slow and hard and progressing shovelful by shovelful, each time you practice.

When executed in consistent creative increments, your postures ultimately created a foundation from which your practice can grow forever.

Eventually we’ll be able to gaze back at the place we used to live and think, wow, look how far we’ve come. 

Are you taking advantage of compound interest?

Scott Ginsberg is the author of 40 books, a TEDx speaker, the world record holder of wearing nametags, and the author A Year in Hot Yoga: Daily Meditations for On and Off the Mat. Scott is a Community Leader at Yoga Tribe Brooklyn, where he is a daily practitioner and the Managing Editor of their award winning blog. Learn more at  www.nametagscott.com

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