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Financially speaking, smart people invest early and use the advantage of smaller gains in the shorter term to create big payoffs in the long run. Whether we’re talking mutual funds, CDs, or your retirement portfolio, slow and steady wins the race.

As it turns out, the same logic applies to investing in yourself: By making incremental investments of time and energy in small changes today, you can rack up massive dividends in the long run in the form of better health, happier relationships, a more successful career, and even a longer life.

Lexington Law put together an infographic outlining 22 science-backed ways you can start investing in your own success today. Each of these investments is relatively small, but in aggregate and over time, they can lead serious returns. Check it out below:

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