Compounding in Social Media

Written and accurate as at: 10 August 2011

Ten years ago communication monolithes like Facebook, YouTube and Twitter didn’t exist. This video shows how quickly these businesses have gone from an idea to a significant enterprise.

We share this video with you to help you see the value of an idea. One idea can make a significant difference in your life when it is acted upon with persistence.

The behaviour that we exhibit is an outcome of our ideas. When we don’t take a moment to look at what we do which is counterproductive to our personal or financial health, we let old ideas run our life.

If you want next year to be better than last year, take the time to ask “what do I want to change?” and then come up with some ideas on what you could practically do to execute such change.

When you decide to make change, remember that old habits can die hard, so you may need to stick at the change for a period of time, such as 30 days, before your new habits will form.

The earlier you execute change, the longer you have to reap the benefits due to the power of compounding.