Little Things MatterJan 12, 2023
The New Year is an exciting time, and it can also feel exhausting as we challenge ourselves to step outside our comfort zone and practice new habits again and again. But making progress toward your goals doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Today, I’m talking about the power of little things in your life. The little things matter!
One of the easiest ways our brain can stop us from getting the life we want is by telling us that it’s going to take a lot of effort, a lot of work, and a lot of time.
Our brain tries to talk us out of small, daily action by telling us that we aren’t really making any progress day-by-day.
But the way we create a life we want is in those little things - one choice, one decision, one action at a time.
Why not to go big
When we look at our lives and ask the big questions like, “What am I doing with my life?” “What do I want to create with my life?”...the distance between here and there feels really big.
So your brain starts to panic and think that you have to make a lot of progress really fast. And we end up creating unsustainable requirements for ourselves that are really hard to maintain.
As humans, we tend to greatly overestimate how much we can do in a day. We give ourselves impossible daily to-do lists requiring huge steps that we can't possibly keep up with. Then we get disappointed when progress isn't immediately obvious.
This is why January 17th is known as “quitting day” - because that’s how quickly people burn out on their New Year’s goals and resolutions when they’re trying to make a lot of big changes all at once.
The little things matter
I’d argue that, in fact, little things are the only things that matter.
But our brains don’t believe it. They are constantly nagging us when we’re making daily progress and telling us it's not enough.
Just like we overestimate what we can do in a day, we underestimate what changing our daily actions can accumulate into.
We underestimate what we can accomplish in a year or five years or a decade, if we just keep going.
How to keep going
Your goals are inevitable if you don't stop.
Here are three little things that make a big difference and will help you continue making progress toward your goals.
Thoughts are the smallest unit of change there is, but they are directly connected to our results.
Deciding to think a new thought again and again and again, until it becomes automatic, is the most powerful way to change your life.
Thinking a new thought feels awkward at first, difficult. You have to be intentional and work at it. You have to stick around long enough with that thought to get comfortable and feel like it is a part of you.
Start with one and practice until it becomes your new belief.
When we set goals and decide to make changes in our lives, our brain assumes it’s going to take a lot of time.
And if you look around and don’t see large chunks of time available, you decide that your goal isn’t possible (at least not right now).
But what if small amounts of time are just as useful as large ones?
You can get more done in 10 or 15 minutes than you think. If time feels tight, try doing a time audit and notice where you are wasting minutes in your day.
Of course, you don’t need to be productive all the time. That’s not what this is about.
It is about no longer letting your brain tell you that you don't have enough time for things that are important to you. It is about creating space for you to accomplish what you want.
When you get more intentional with those little scraps of time, they add up.
Our brains LOVE all-or-nothing thinking. They tell us that if we can’t do a lot it’s not worth it. If it won’t be perfect, we shouldn’t do it at all.
We think that a 10-minute walk is worthless. That if we can’t finish writing an entire email, it’s not worth starting.
We want to make it perfect before we do it - the perfect workout, the perfect meal plan, the perfect business plan, etc.
But it doesn't have to be perfect. It needs to be started.
The thing we want to improve on has to exist first. Then we can tweak it, take it a step further and continue making progress.
So start. Start small. And every time your brain tells you that it doesn’t matter, that you aren’t making any progress, that it’s too small and too little to make a difference, remember that it is wrong.
Every little action you take matters.
- Why massive action toward goals usually doesn’t work
- The value of small habits and little bits of progress
- How to start by just changing one thought
- A thought I’ve used to make the most of my time (you can borrow it!)
- Episode 190: The Thoughts You Spent The Year With
Welcome to the 100% Awesome Podcast with April Price. You might not know it, but every result in your life is 100% because of the thought you think. And that, my friends, is 100% awesome.
Hello podcast universe, welcome to episode 193 of the 100% Awesome Podcast. I'm April Price and I want to welcome you to the podcast today. How are you? Now that the dust has settled from the holidays and life has sort of settled back into, you know, a reliable routine, how are you feeling? How are your goals coming along? How are you feeling about this new Year? I want to know all of it. I always feel like January is like a year long month in and of itself. And usually that's because, like I have purposely increased the amount of discomfort that I'm feeling in my life and also purposely decrease the amount of comfort and pleasure that I am accustomed to, that my brain is accustomed to. And that change is always a little bit alarming right to my brain. And the month feels really, really long as I develop those new habits and make new choices in my life.
So, I hope things are going well for you, and actually, that leads really well into what I wanted to talk to you about today. And that is the power of the little things in your life, the small things, the daily things, the things that feel insignificant to our brain and the things that we do in which there are like it's so hard for our brain to find the progress. Or the point, right? And actually how much those things matter in our lives. And I wanted to take this episode especially here at the beginning of the year, to really encourage you to focus on those little things and to not let your brain tell you that they don't matter.
The other day we had a holiday party. I went to a holiday party with my husband and I was talking to one of his coworkers and she was asking me about the podcast. And I was saying that, you know, I was on 190 episodes, and I was like almost 200 episodes. And she was like, Wow. She's like, That is a lot of work. And, you know, I thought about that since like, yeah, or 92 of anything or any 93 of anything is a lot, right? But they were really like created one at a time, one thought at a time, one action at a time, one week at a time. Again and again and again and again. And, and when we approach our lives like that, we can really stack up some amazing results. We can really accomplish some beautiful things. And, you know, on any given week, my brain could have argued like, who cares? It doesn't matter.
This episode doesn't matter. Maybe you disagree, but like, of course my brain would want to say it doesn't. But the way we create a life we want is in those little things is a little bit of at a time is one choice, in fact, at a time, one decision at a time. And so, you know, I thought it would be appropriate to talk about because a lot of times at the New year and we're like setting new goals and thinking about, okay, what am I doing with my life and what do I want to create with my life? Sometimes, of course, our brain is like looking at where we are, who we are, and where we want to go and what we want to create. And that distance feels really, really big, right? And then our body starts to panic a bit and it's like, okay, well, we can make a lot more progress a lot faster, right? And that and in our effort to get to the end faster and to, like, get to where we want to be faster, we can end up creating some really unsustainable requirements for ourselves that make it really hard to maintain, continue forward taking that those small little actions.
So, right now, today, when this podcast is coming out, we are only five days from Quitters Day. Did you know that was the day was like an official National Quitting Day on January 17th. And like, it's only five days away. But because so many of us are trying to take such big steps at the beginning, it can be really easy to get discouraged and like, in fact, believing that we have to make big changes and we have to do it as quickly as possible is one of the surest ways to really burn out and quit early. Okay, so I wanted to offer you the thought today that it is the little things that actually matter, and even that little things are the only things that matter. Like most of us, don't believe this, right? Like we're trying to look at, like where we want to go and we want to be there right now. We don't want to take the little steps. Our brains don't believe it, they don't appreciate the power of insignificant, imperceptible daily progress, right? They are constantly, like nagging us when we're making daily progress and telling us it's not enough.
And like by and large, most humans overestimate what we can do in a day. Like, we make these huge lists day to day and think, I should be able to do this much in a day. We overestimate how much we can do in a day. And we greatly underestimate what we can accomplish in a year. In five years. Over a decade, right? We underestimate what changing daily actions can accumulate into. And so, we end up, like I said, giving ourselves impossible daily to do lists, requiring huge steps that we can't possibly maintain day to day. Then we get disappointed when progress isn't immediately obvious. And then it's really easy to stop. And like I said last week, the only thing you're really trying to prevent is stopping. Like, your goals are inevitable if you don't stop. And so, I want you to remember the importance of little things in order to keep going. So, the first little thing that I want to talk about, of course, is our thoughts. I think thoughts are amazing because thoughts are the smallest unit of change there is.
When you think about like change in our lives, the very smallest unit of change is a thought. And those changes, those thoughts are so small, in fact, that they feel really insignificant. Our brain has made them so insignificant, in fact, that we have stopped connecting our thoughts to our results. We're looking around our life for like, look at the results. And we don't know that they're being created by our thoughts because our thoughts are so small and so fast and so seemingly insignificant that we don't recognize the truly great power they have in our lives. And when we think about, okay, like when you hear me say, all right, we need to change our thoughts, to change our lives. Like, it feels so small and so insignificant that a lot of times we discount it and we think, how can that possibly work? April my life is a mess. You don't understand. I'm doing it all wrong. What is one thought you can do? How is one thought going to help? But really and truly deciding to change your thought and think a new thought again and again and again until it becomes automatic, until it becomes your way of thinking is the most powerful way to change your life. It is tiny, and yet it is the most powerful way to do it.
So, I just want to point out that if it feels difficult to think a new thought, you aren't doing it wrong, okay? Like new thoughts are hard to think. It feels very awkward. It feels like you have to, like, work at it. It feels like you have to be intentional about it. And you do. Like imagine your current of thoughts like a river. And that river has been carved out over your lifetime. You've thought the same way over many, many years, and it's carved a very deliberate river path. And now we're trying to like, create a different path for that. And we're going to have to, like, hack at the soil and get out the pickaxe and get out the shovel. And we're going to have to, like, purposely redirect that water and it is going to feel like work. That doesn't mean you're doing it wrong. And it just takes a while to start to feel like that new thought belongs to you or that you belong with the new thought for a while. Maybe it feels like you're pretending or that like you're with this thought, but you don't really belong with it, right?
Like I was thinking the other day about the gym and, like, right now, this time of year, there are a lot of people who are, like, revisiting the gym for the first time or, you know, just like, you know, just signed up again and recommitted to being there. And like, I remember those first days and being in the gym and how uncomfortable I felt there and how like I felt like I don't belong here and I don't know how to use any of this equipment. And I don't know what any of these machines do. And I like I just felt like such a fish out of water, right? And I think sometimes, like having new thoughts is like this where we're just like, I don't know how to use any of this equipment. I don't know, like, I'm not lifting very much. And I I'm sure my form is wrong, right? And we just feel so insecure about adopting the new thought and we feel like all the other thoughts in our brain are looking at us and thinking like, What are you doing here? I just like at the gym where everybody's just like, You don't belong here. What are you doing here?
And listen I just want you to know that you're the only one that feels awkward. Everybody else is just like, doing their thing. Like it's just you and like, your unfamiliarity with that thought that is making you feel awkward, and you got to stick around long enough with that thought you had to, like think that thought long enough to be comfortable, to know where everything is, to know how everything works, to feel like I belong here. And this is a part of me and I don't really even have to think about this thought anymore, right? Like when I go to the gym, I don't really even have to think about the equipment. I know how it works because I'm so familiar with it, and that's exactly how it is when you're thinking new thoughts. So, listen, you don't have to do it perfectly and and you don't have to change all the thoughts, right? We don't have to use every piece of equipment in the gym to, like, really start to change our lives.
You just need to pick one thought and start to practice a new way of thinking that one thought like, I don't know if you heard I did a podcast episode before Christmas about the thoughts that I spent the most time with in 2022. And if you noticed in that podcast, like half of my thoughts were amazing and were creating great results in my life and half of them not so great. Half of the thoughts that I spend a lot of time with aren't creating the results. That I want in my life. But like what I want you to see from that is like, I don't have to manage every thought perfectly to start to create. Some change in my life, like a half managed mind. Like you can have a pretty good life and a half managed mine.
So, start small don't feel like, oh my gosh, all of my thoughts are wrong and they're all bad and I'm never going to be able to change. Like, listen this is a lie. You just start with one thought. One thought will change your life. Just decide this one. I'm just going to believe. I know it feels awkward. I know it doesn't. It doesn't feel comfortable. And I'm going to believe it. I'm going to spend more time with this thought than any other one this year. Even one thought makes a difference. Remember, the smallest change makes the biggest difference. I was thinking about like the very first thought that I decided to change was instead of thinking. That's not for me. When I was thinking about changing my health and thinking like, I can't do it, I'm not that kind of person. I'm not an athlete, These are all the thoughts I had. I decided to change all of that to the thought. If she can do it, I can do it. I looked at my coach. I knew that she was a normal person, just like me. Like she had a body just like me. She was a mom, just like me. And I knew if she could do it, I could do it. And I just, like, clung to that thought.
I changed that one thought and that one tiny little thought, like, started a domino of change in my life. So. Instead of thinking you have to change our whole life, I want you to think about just changing one thought, just feeling a little bit better, just feeling a little bit more in control of your life. Our brains often want to think like it's all or nothing. I have to think all positive thoughts or nothing or it's not going to work. And that's not true. Even just changing one small thought will make you feel a little bit better and feeling a little bit better gets us into a little more action, right? So think about what thought could I shift or change and just feel 10% better. I just need to feel a little bit better so that I can take action today towards my goal, towards changing my life, towards creating the things I want. And I know like 10% better.
Like maybe where you're at, you're like, That doesn't feel that great. But every day you just trying to feel 10% better, just a little bit better and it starts to add up. So pick one thought. It is the smallest unit of change and commit to thinking. That one thought more than any other. And every day your brain's like, I don't want to like it just matter. We're just practicing thinking this thought over and over and over again. You'll be amazed at how much power there is to change your life, okay? The next thing I want to talk about when it comes to little things is your time. So, when we're trying to change areas of our life, things in our life go after our goals. Our brains definitely think it's going to take a lot of time. We think we need a large amount of time to, like, really get in there and change our lives. And we think like we need these large swaths of time and we look at our lives and we don't see any of those. So, we pretty much decide, well you know, maybe, you know, maybe I'll do it later. I just don't have the time and we stay the same. So, I want to offer you the idea that small amounts of time are just as useful as the large ones. And those small units of time add up. You've got to stop discounting the small pieces of time that you have and use them to create what you want. Last year I was feeling really overwhelmed in my business and feeling like I didn't have time for everything and I found myself working most Saturdays and I just felt like I was always working even through the weekends.
And my coaches, just like, I don't know. Where all your time is going. And so we did a time audit, right? And she had me like, record how I was spending my time during the day in 15 minute increments. And I had to record every 15 minutes, like where my time went for that 15 minutes. I had to account for it instead of just thinking like, Well, I did some coaching and I did some marketing, and then the day was over. Like I had to account for every 15. Minutes. And what I noticed is that, like there was a lot of space where I was waiting and stalling because I thought I didn't have enough time to start anything or accomplish anything or finish anything. So, let's say I had a coaching call that went 45 minutes and then I was like, okay, my next one starts at the hour and I have these 15 minutes. But that's not enough time to do these things. So, and then I would end up scrolling or I'd walking in the kitchen or I'd be on my phone. But there were like so many of these like vacuums where like there was time. But I wasn't using it because I didn't think I had enough of it to add up to anything enough of it to like use in a useful way. And that is a lie that my brain was telling me. My brain, of course, is just trying to conserve energy. So, your brain's always going to talk you out of like using that 15 minutes productively.
It's just going to be like, Yeah it's not worth it. Let's just wait till the hour, right? And so I really want to offer you the thought that I can do a lot in a little bit of time. And this last year I adopted the thought I can do a lot in 15 minutes because I found that I had a lot of these little 15 minute segments or ten minute segments, and I was just letting them go to waste. And they added up to, you know, an hour, an hour and a half, 2 hours a day. And so I decided, you know, believing I can do a lot in 15 minutes like that really made a difference in my workday and shortening that to do list that I had every day so that I didn't have to work on the weekends anymore.
I also noticed, like before Christmas, I had to play the organ at church and accompany our church choir because the woman who usually does it, she was ill and she's been out. So she asked me to sub. And listen, I'm not good at either one of these things. But I agreed to help her out and I agreed to like you know, try and but like that required a lot of practice for. Me because, like, I'm not good at it and I remember just thinking in early December, in the middle of December, thinking like, it's too much, there's too much practice that needs to be done and I don't have enough time and feeling like I needed hours and hours and hours of practice, which I did, but which I did not have. And what I figured out is that, like, I can like really practice like one measure or two measures a lot. In 15 minutes or like at the end of the day.
Between like my workday and waiting for David to get home for dinner. Like, I would just sit down and practice in that 20 minutes or that 10 minutes or that 9 minutes or whatever it was. And it started to add up and sit in thinking I needed hours and hours and hours. I used those little tiny minutes to get things done. So, I just want you to look around your life and do one of these time audits and notice where am I? Where am I wasting minutes? And I'm not telling you that you need to be productive all the time and you just never need to. You never should be resting and you never should let up.
But when we tell ourselves, I can't have what I want because I don't have time, that's not true. So this is not about being busy and this is not about feeling every second and being productive so you can earn your worth. It is not about that. It is about creating space for you to accomplish what you want. It is no longer letting your brain tell you that you don't have enough time, but using the time you have in a way that that gives you and creates the life you want.
So, I recently saw Jesse, It's there, posted something on Twitter, and he was doing a summary of the hours that you spend during a year and he was saying, we all have like 8760 hours in a year, slightly 8700 hours in a year. And he said, you know, we spend 2000 of those at work. If we work 40 hours a week for 50 weeks a year, we spend 2000 of those at work. We spend 2500 of those sleeping. And he said, we spend about like 500 of those eating right. So eating, sleeping and working. We spend 5000 of our 8700 hours. There's still so many hours left in your life, but they're eaten up in these tiny little moments. And in particular, he was saying, like most adults, the average that we spend on social media or on our devices, on our phone is four and a half hours a day and 1300 hours per year. And I'm not here to vilify social media or tell you that you shouldn't be on your phone. But it is important to evaluate just how much time I'm choosing to spend there and seeing if you approve in your own personal life of spending your time there, you get to decide, right? So the truth is, every single moment of your life you could be on your phone, but you've decided not to be.
You've decided to fill it with other things. And now you just might want to consider like, do I want to make any more changes there? And I really want you to understand what's at stake. I don't think any of us are like, Yeah, I really want to waste my life on my phone. What? What? What's happening is our brain is just giving us a thought like, Well, what can I do in 20 minutes? Well, pretty soon I have to go do this thing. So, what's the point? Why get started? It's like. It's not like we're like, Let me waste my life. It's just that our brain is saying we can't get that much done in the time in between, so you might as well just pick up your phone.
And again, I'm not saying there's anything wrong with that choice. What I'm saying is, am I making it intentional? Right? It is not that you need huge swaths of time. You simply have to be more intentional with those little scraps of time. They matter. They add up. Okay. So we've talked about our thoughts, we've talked about our time. The next thing I want to talk about is like the actions that we're taking every day and that a little bit of action matters. So many times I find our brain is like, Well, if you can't do a lot, it's not worth it at all, right?
So, a lot of the work that I do in my business is actually creative work where I'm trying to come up with content and podcasts and emails and I'm trying to like market. And when I start any of those projects, there's just a blank page in front of me. And sometimes that blank page is like really intimidating and it just feels like, Oh my gosh, I don't know where to start. I need to put some words on the page, but I don't know all the words. And so, then it just feels like you kind of get stuck and you don't take action because you can't do all of it. But a little bit doesn't feel like it was worth it or whatever.
And one day I read something by Neil Gaiman, who's an author that really helped me a lot, thinking about my actions that I take every day and how little things do matter. And so he was talking about writing and how some days are just like frustrating and how it doesn't flow and it just feels like I just can't get the words on the page. He's like, But I always do a little like, I always make some notes. I make myself like, do some notes. And then he said this. He said, I do that because it's always easier to fix stuff that exists. And that thought has helped me so much.
Like so many times, we don't want to take the action if we can't do it or if we can't if it's not done, if it's not complete. We don't want to do half a work out. We don't want to go on a ten minute walk, like because we feel like it's not big enough to make an impact. We don't want to start the first draft of that email or the podcast outline or whatever, because we think like, I don't have time for all of it and I just really love this thought that it's always easier to fix stuff that exists, like it's easier to tweak and adjust something that you've already started and already exists, and too many of us are really trying to make it perfect before we do it.
The perfect workout, the perfect meal plan, the perfect, you know, business plan, whatever it is. And like, it doesn't have to be perfect. It needs to be started. It needs to it needs to exist in some form. And then we can take it one step farther. It is so much easier to tweak a habit that exists. And a lot of times we think, well, if I can't do it all, or if I can't do well, if I can't do it perfectly, then I shouldn't do anything at all. It's not worth my time is not worth my effort. Again, your brain is just thinking all or nothing. And they tell us like, if it can't be good, it's not worth your time. And then we end up wasting our time. Not doing something right. And like, instead of like, quote unquote, wasting our time, actually. Like getting a little bit of progress, instead we spend that time agonizing. Or procrastinating or beating ourselves up for not doing.
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It right. So I just want you to know that every little action you take matters. If you can only work out a little, it matters. If you can only write a little. It matters if you can only clean up a little bit. It matters every time your brain says it's not big enough to matter, Just know that that is a lie. It's always easier to fix stuff that exists. This applies when you think about like having more than one goal as well. So when I first like, got really serious about coaching and changing my life, I decided, okay, I'm just going to focus on my health at first.
And my brain told me, like, you can't just focus on one thing. You are a million messes around here, and one thing focusing on this one area of your life is not going to make a difference is not worth it because you got all this other mess. See, notice how my brain was like, If you can't do it all. You shouldn't do anything right. And my brain was like, Listen, there are a whole lot of things that need changing and just focusing on.
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One isn't going to matter. And that is a lie. I picked one thing and I change one thought about that thing, and after that it just started to accumulate. All the rest is just an accumulation of that one small action. So I want you to really think about what it is you're working on right now and ask yourself, what is the smallest action I can take? What is the smallest choice and decision and action I can take today and start there. Just start small and let it add up. Brendan Bouchard has this quote that I really love, where he says, You're not scared to start your dream. You're embarrassed to be seen starting small. And that is true. Like our brain is just like, listen, if you aren't at the finish line, if you aren't like the finished product, this is just really embarrassing, right? And you shouldn't even bother and you shouldn't start at all. And so I really want you to be aware that, like, your brain wants you to be at the finish line before you start.
It wants you to be perfect before you give it a go. And it will tell you that the little things that matter, the little decisions, the little actions that you're taking aren't going to matter. And they all do. I promise you that. They all do. The other day I heard this really awesome interview with Ian McKellen and he was on a podcast called Three Little Words. And on this podcast they talk about the three most important words to this person. And Ian's first word was backstage, and he talked about how like our life is actually happening backstage, right? That real life. That reality is in the scenes between when we go on. To perform, it's all happening backstage. And when we're backstage in our own lives, we're sort of like we look around and we're just like, Oh my gosh, this is a mess back here, right?
And we look at other people's performance and we're like, Oh my gosh and all we can see is our, like, mess in the backstage of our lives. But he's like that backstage is what controls the show and all the parts that you don't see, all the backstage parts of everyone's life that you don't see. That is what is really controlling the show. And as you look at other people that you admire, you think, like, I want my life to look like them. I want you to know you're seeing the front of the stage. You aren't seeing the backstage. You are seeing the small, tiny things that are making the difference, that are controlling the show. You aren't seeing the tiny movements and the adjustments back there that they are making in their lives.
And you get to your backstage and you're just like, Well, they're not doing this. You don't know. That you're not in their backstage and you have to. Allow yourself back there to do the work like the daily quiet in the dark work that no one sees. So that it can add up into a performance now and then. That is where your life is happening in the background between the scenes. Right. And I want you to be able to use your backstage, not as a place to shame you, but as a place to, like, make the adjustments, make the choices in the dark where no one sees them.
And you think it doesn't matter, but it's controlling everything. Those decisions in the backstage matter to the entire show and allow you to perform. That is where it all happens. In the quiet, in the dark. And it doesn't have to be perfect back there. Like, that's where we're getting ready. Right. And so I want you to start making the backstage things in your life unimportant or diminishing them or saying that you're doing it wrong just because it doesn't look like the performance, just because it isn't perfect. I really love thinking about myself like that and thinking about, like most of the work that I do day in and day out. Nobody sees but me, and it all matters. So, start, start small. Every time your brain tells you that it doesn't matter that you aren't making any progress, that it's too small to make a difference. I just want you to know that is a red flag. Your brain is wrong. It is telling you a lie is trying to conserve your energy and preserve you from failure and looking small and being embarrassed. And listen, your brain is wrong. All of those little things matter. The small stuff is all it counts. I think I told you the story about Colin O'brady. When he got to the top of Everest, he'd leaned down and he picked up the tiniest little pebble and he said, I put that pebble in my pocket to remind me that as big as Everest is, it is just a collection of tiny little pebbles. And whatever I create in my life will just be a collection of tiny little choices and tiny little decisions. And of course, I learned this so well last year when I did 29 or 29. Like, I sometimes wish I could add up all the steps that I took before I reached the finish line of that.
Like, if I think about all the steps from December to the next September, all the steps I took, all the steps I took on the actual event and adding those all up, I'm sure there would be millions of steps. And yet every single one counted. Every single tiny step mattered. And as you go to create the changes in your life, the goals in your life, the things that you want in your life, every little action, every little thought, the way you use all the minutes of your life, all of those things matter, however small and insignificant your brain tells you it is. It is wrong. The little things really do matter. And that, my friends, is 100% awesome. I love you for listening and I'll see you next week.
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