Review: Pockets of Time


Finding little pockets of time where you can get a few tiny bits of steps done and off your To Do list is the way you’ll make progress toward you’re dreams.

Leaps and bounds and racing ahead  are all great ways to make progress. But busy schedules make it difficult, if not impossible, to move ahead this way. It’s much better to look for 15-minutes here, a half hour there, to complete steps and move forward.

This is why it’s so very important to take the time to break steps into the teeniest, tiniest specks and fragments as possible. Not only are they easy to do—these small specks fly under the radar of your resistance—they fit into little nips of time that you have throughout your day.

And it’s consistently taking these little tiny bits of steps  that are the bread and butter of getting you to your dreams.

Copyright 2015 Artisans Workshop Designs
Copyright 2015 Artisans Workshop Designs

Your homework today is to be mindful of your day and the small moments of down-time that you have. Note when you are most likely to have them, is there a pattern? Then think about the steps to your dreams. Break these into the tiniest bits possible and plan how you’ll fit them into the small moments of time you just identified.

Then do it! Take those bits of steps!

As you’re reviewing, take a moment to look back over this first quarter of 2015. Note all the tiny bits of steps that you’ve taken. They may be small and they may seem inconsequential but I guarantee you that if you keep taking them, they will add up and you will achieve your dreams!

Go for it!

You can do it!

I’m so proud of you!

Your Friend and Pep Pal,



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