Domino Effect

A domino effect is a cumulative effect produced when one event sets off a chain of similar events. So you are doing the same thing. But in 1983, Lorne Whitehead discovered that domino falls could not only topple many things, they could also topple bigger things. He described how a single domino is capable of bringing down another domino that is actually 50% larger.

So let's start with a 2 inch domino. And the next domino will be 50% larger , i.e. 3 inches. Let me start giving you some perspective. If you go on in similar fashion, by the time you reach 18th domino, you are looking at the height of leaning tower of Pisa, by 25th we have Eiffel Tower, by 31st domino we have got the size of mount everest and by 57th we will have a domino of the size from earth to moon. Just image, it all starts with toppling a small 2 inch domino.

Getting extraordinary results is all about creating a domino effect in your life. You start prioritizing and doing one small thing right at a time. It will look like a linear progression initially but will soon take the shape of geometric progression. And then, sky is the limit.