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. Rock starts are rock stars during their performances.
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, generous work.
Five minutes a day you might defeat that fear and 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.
This week just set aside at least five minutes of rocking.
Do it because you matter, do it because you can…