The Two-Minute Drill

In football there is something called, “The Two-Minute Drill” and it’s used by the offense in the final two minutes of a half or at the end of the game. Players don’t huddle up, but instead hustle up to the line with a sense of urgency to save time and run as many plays as possible to try and score points. 

We are in the fourth quarter of 2017 and it’s time to pick up the pace and finish with a flourish. We can end the year on a high note by taking on the tasks we’ve been putting off. We can start a 60 day challenge to make a change we’ve been meaning to make . . . but haven’t, or make one small improvement a day for for sixty days.

For me, my fourth quarter 60-day challenge will be to finish my new demo video, finish my new website, and make all repairs in and around my home. What’s yours?

leesilber@leesilber.com

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The Two-Minute Drill

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