I don’t normally make New Year’s Resolutions, but I do have a plan for the new year.
I’m going to devote an hour each weekday to a project I want to accomplish.
You can get a lot done in an hour a day. Think about it: there are 260 weekdays in a year, and even if you take off some for life’s inevitable interruptions, that’s, say, 240 hours spent doing something. During that amount of time, you can become pretty good at something, or get quite a bit of something done.
I believe in the power of an hour, because it’s how I wrote each of my books: working for an hour each day. I like breaking down seemingly huge tasks into small “bites” that are easier to swallow. It makes big tasks look do-able, and it’s a way each of us can be kinder to ourselves, as well — always a good thing.
What is there in your life that you need to do, but have kept putting off? Why not devote an hour to it each day? You can begin today, and a year from now I bet you’ll be amazed by how far you’ve come.
Now, I need to get out of here. I have an hour’s worth of something I’m ready to get started on 🙂
Happy 2015, everybody!
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