15. How does breaking down a big goal into small, repeatable actions help me achieve them?

Setting big goals can be overwhelming and make us doubt ourselves, wondering if we have the time or ability to achieve them. But here’s the secret: breaking them into small steps creates a clear path. Take writing a book, for example. It starts with just one sentence, 30 seconds of your time. Keep taking those small steps, and those sentences turn to paragraphs. Then the paragraphs turn to chapters. Finally, those chapters turn into a book.

By breaking goals into repeatable actions, you remove friction, stay focused, and make tangible progress, allowing you to manifest your most ambitious creative ambitions every satisfying day until it is done.