I believe people completely undervalue the power of just one minute.
Sixty seconds may not seem like much, but you may be surprised at how such a seemingly insignificant amount of time can start a process of transformation.
The biggest obstacle of any task is truly starting. A minute offers exactly that, a start.
Sixty seconds can seem like an eternity when standing in a check-out line, being placed on hold on the telephone, or waiting for you turn in traffic.
Put the power of sixty seconds to work for you.
Use that sixty seconds to start folding some laundry, make that phone call you’ve been putting off, make a to-do list, drop down on the floor for some push-ups, or pen a line in your first book.
Winston Churchill wisely reminded us that, “Perfection is the enemy of progress.” Allow a mere minute to inspire you to just begin. Understand it will be a rough, imperfect, attempt at the start of something, but still the start of something that will grow into a task completed.
You may find once you begin that you actually have more than that minute or that minutes really do add up.
The next time you try to tell yourself you never have time to do the things you want to do, remind yourself, you can always, always, always find a minute, and that a mere minute is sometimes longer than you think.
In fact, this post probably took you around 40 seconds to read.
Kelly Croy • Speaker, Artist and Educator • Invite Kelly to speak at your event!
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