April 25 – Daily Reflection
“We cannot do everything at once, but we can do something at once.
– Calvin Coolidge, American president
Tackling big challenges with small actions
This is a perfect illustration of tackling big challenges with small actions. It also shows the power of focus. There’s a growing tendency for people to want to have it all. Not wanting to sacrifice anything, they run themselves straight into the ground–sometimes literally–only to end up frustrated, unhealthy, and tired, with nothing to show for it. What they don’t realize is that you can have it all (or close to it). You just can’t have it all right now. Does it feel like you’re always busy, but you never seem to get anywhere? That’s because when you try to do everything, you don’t do anything well. Your child may force you to learn this lesson anyway. Instead of living your life all at once, try doing one thing at a time. Choose one goal and, through some small “things” every day, focus in on it until you’ve succeeded. During the day, put your full mind and efforts on one task at a time. You’ll be much more productive (and calm) in the long run.
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