Tuesday Trick: Ten Minutes Toward Life

Little movements can yield large results.  Slivers of time, passing comments, fleeting thoughts: We may wish to reassess our use of the term “useless”.  Is there any portion of our life that is anything other than exceptionally potential-filled?!

Barton Goldsmith recently offered this short piece on Ten Life-Enhancing Things You Can Do in Ten Minutes or Less.  Some are simple, some less so.  All have the potential to breathe into you today.

And that would be a heck of a Tuesday Trick!

Tuesday Trick: The Ten-Minute Hack

Last week, we learned how to make fire with a block of ice!  Today, we’ll dig into the slightly-more-practical folder.

David Kadavy offers this tip on how to chase higher levels of productivity earlier in your workday… and perhaps more simply than you might think.

He opens like this:

The hardest part of doing most things is just starting. We often think about how big of a project we have ahead of ourselves, and that’s what makes it hard to start. I know when I was writing my book, it seemed like most of my day was spent fighting the agony of just getting started. It was hard to ignore just how big of a project it was.

Thankfully, I’ve found a great hack for getting started. It’s called The 10-Minute Hack.

To continue, head over HERE.