This is deceptive.
You don’t rock all the time. No one does. No one is a rock star, superstar, world-changing artist all the time. In fact, it’s a self-defeating goal. You can’t do it.
No, but you might rock five minutes a day.
Five minutes to write a blog post that changes everything, or five minutes to deliver an act of generosity that changes someone. Five minutes to invent a great new feature, or five minutes to teach a groundbreaking skill in a way that no one ever thought of before. Five minutes to tell the truth (or hear the truth).
Five minutes a day you might do exceptional work, remarkable work, work that matters. Five minutes a day you might defeat the lizard brain long enough to stand up and make a difference.
And five minutes of rocking would be enough, because it would be five minutes more than just about anyone else.
Seth is right (as usual)…but there’s another step that I want to include. Let’s get practical shall we? Where are you storing up your 5 minutes of “Rockin’ it”? I have a weekly podcast at www.BusinessTechWeekly.com and this blog and I am starting two new podcasts this month. So my moments where I rock are being recorded and spread. So if you do rock (and you likely do) then make sure to capture it in writing, on camera or on a mic. Then spread the wisdom/wealth.
You rock…so record it.