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    Video Inspiration: How to make walking up the stairs fun

    January 25, 2011 2422 Views

    "If you cannot do do great things, do small things in a great way." -Napoleon Hill

    Do you ever feel like you're stuck in a rut? I sometimes feel like that, especially in winter. After the holidays, I always feel like I'm stuck going from home to work and back again, with a few regular activities in the mix. I like work and my home...but, it's easy to think of those warm summertime vacations and feel a little cabin fever about the present situation.

    So, how do I bring the inspiration? Well, I can't exactly take a vacation to a tropical island, so my other option is to make little things in my ordinary life extraordinary. Here's a little example that gave me some motivation. Coincidentally, Michael McMillan also blogged about this same video in relation to our Pink Bat book:

    While I don't think I'll be building a piano staircase anytime soon, I feel inspired to take a mundane, boring task and turn it into something amazing. Here are a few little things that I'll be doing this week to break out of my rut: Trying a new recipe, taking my wife on a different kind of date, and taking notes in brightly colored pens. Now, you might be thinking that last one is small...and you're right. Honestly, though, sometimes it's the small things in life that make a big difference.

    Posted in: AttitudeInspiration

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