Building Momentum and Leverage in Your Business


Dominoes are a game where players use a set of 28 black and white rectangular tiles with a number of dots or pips on them. A player can lay dominoes in long rows to form intricate patterns, or stand them up and knock them down one at a time.

There are a variety of games played with dominoes, including “5s-and-3s”, a British pub game where players must attach one of their dominoes to each end of the dominoes already on the table. Each tile has a number of pips on one end, and a different number of pips on the other. The player who can add the most pips to their own hand wins.

Creating Great Displays

Some artists create incredible displays by setting up hundreds of thousands of dominoes in circles or other complex arrangements. They have a knack for tumbling these pieces to create impressive displays that are impossible to miss. They also use physics to make their installations possible, using gravity to pull the dominoes towards Earth, where they tumble into each other and create a chain reaction.

Developing a Business Plan

If you are thinking of starting a business, the first thing you need to do is identify your main goal. Next, you need to set a time frame for completing that goal.

Once you have that in place, you need to break down that goal into multiple, highly-focused and bite-sized tasks. Then, you need to set up a process for making sure that you regularly follow up with your team members and ensure that each of the small actions that you’ve committed to are being taken.

Having these small, high-impact goals and action steps will help you build momentum and leverage in your business. This will help you move forward faster and will allow you to focus your energy on the most important aspects of the business.

The domino effect is a very simple yet powerful concept that can be applied to any area of your business. It is based on the idea that when you concentrate your energy and attention on one task or activity, that task will generate enough energy to knock over other tasks.

This concept was first introduced in 1983 by a professor of physics, Lorne Whitehead. He used the domino effect to show how one small action could create a “chain reaction” that would eventually lead to exponential growth in any area of your business.

Dominos are a fun and easy way to practice this concept! The best part is that you can do it anywhere you have an open space, whether it’s a classroom or a living room.

Think of each of your plot beats as a domino. When you put them all together in a novel, they form a cohesive story that is compelling to read.

If you apply the domino concept to your business, it will help you develop a strategy for moving forward with your new ideas and projects. In doing so, you can minimize the “flash in the pan” syndrome that so often leads to failure. You can also avoid the “over-aggressive” mindset that often leads to success and resentment by choosing one action or project at a time.