In this episode of the Daily Dental Podcast, we discuss the success of Sir David Brailsford, a performance coach for the British cycling team. Brailsford's unique strategy, known as the "aggregation of marginal gains," involved seeking a 1% improvement in every aspect related to cycling. This philosophy extended beyond the sport, encompassing meticulous details such as standardized hotel room setups and handwashing classes to enhance overall well-being. The British cycling team's remarkable achievements, including dominating the 2008 Olympics and setting numerous records, were attributed to these marginal gains. Dr. Addison Killeen encourages applying this approach in various areas of life, emphasizing the potential for significant accomplishments through the cumulative effect of small improvements.