One Dot at a Time

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One Dot at a Time

Pointillism, also referred to as “dot art” uses dots, sometimes millions of dots, to create amazing works. No matter the size, each piece starts with a single dot. 

And most goals start with a single thought.  What would you like to accomplish?

Would you like to read more? 

Commit to reading two pages a day and by the end of the year you will have read over 700 pages!  That’s two or three books you otherwise wouldn’t have read and learned from.

If you can commit to reading 20 minutes a day, by the end of the year that adds up to 7,300 minutes or 120 hours or three 40-hour work weeks!

Would you like to drop a size?

If you replace one 16 ounce can of soda pop with water every day for a year, you will have consumed 51,100 fewer calories.  That’s almost fourteen pounds!

Do you want to get more exercise?

Purchase a pedometer or a step-tracking devise (like a Fitbit) to help you keep track of your steps.  Walk 5,000 steps each day.  By the end of a year you will have walked 1,825,000 steps or the equivalent of over 182 miles!

Do you want to get more sleep?

Try going to bed 30 minutes earlier each night.  After a year you will have gotten 182 more hours of sleep – nearly eight days!

Do you want to save money?

Set a budget and track every purchase big or small.  Keeping track of every penny you spend makes a difference.

Like an artist focuses on where to put the next dot, focus on the progress you’re making.  You may not stick to your plan every day, but any small change becomes noticeable and becomes part of your routine.  You will be astounded by the results.

The road is easier together,

To learn more about Pointillism, Click HERE.

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