This thought-provoking article is worth a few minutes of your time.
Oh, I almost forgot, you don’t have 180 seconds to spare.
I was at Starbucks on Friday and ordered a tall (which is really a small – too funny) cup of coffee. They were out. So if Starbucks has to brew a fresh pot for you – in 180 seconds – they provide it complimentary.
When he made the offer, I thought, “I don’t have three minutes. I gotta get going“.
Then it hit me, “If you don’t have 180 seconds to spare in your life, you better go look in the mirror and ask why”, I said to myself.
It was amazing, in those brief three minutes, what I saw in the mirror.
I saw a man who has a difficult time fitting all life’s puzzle pieces together. But a man who doesn’t give up.
I was sad and happy all in the course of 180 seconds.
After picking up my son at summer camp, we went to Gold’s Gym for an hour.
It was a great day, because I took even more time to reflect on what’s important, and then acted on it