DO WHAT YOU WANT TO DO
Actively give time, energy and attention to the things that make you feel good.
Just imagine what your life could look like if you took time - 15 minutes - to enhance your day by focusing on what really matters to you.
15 ways To Give it 15 TODAY
Go for a walk
Read a book
Write in a journal
Eat with no distractions
Do nothing - take time to just sit and be
Show appreciation to someone
Move your body
Make a list of things that make you happy
Plan your next date/trip
Work on your passion project
Create a 6-List to set yourself up for progress for the week
Make progress on one thing you’ve been wanting to do but haven’t yet started
WHY 15 minutes
Chasing dreams and getting stuff done can sometimes feel like a tall task.
That’s why Give it 15 is so awesome and effective: by taking the abstract BIG and actualizing it into small increments, you can orchestrate moments of accomplishment 15 minutes at a time.
A quarter-of-an-hour is long enough to require focus and commitment but also short enough to feel like it’s not that big of a deal. Win-win.
The real beauty of Give it 15 is that it can be applied to pretty much anything and everything - from being super productive and getting stuff done to tuning into what makes you happy and carving out the time and space to do more of those things for you.
No wrong answers. Endless possibilities.
Small Steps to Bigger Goals
You want to learn a new language. Master a yoga pose. Take a trip to Portugal. Get more fit. Amazing, hell yes. Good for you. Give it 15 and you’ll get where you want to go in no time.
By breaking down your big WOW into actionable, manageable chunks, you’ll make daily progress towards what you want. How awesome will that feel? Achieving something every single day? Yes, please!
There are things that we put off doing because they just seem to be super time-consuming. Scheduling appointments. Sorting through emails. Tasks around the house like putting away laundry or organizing the pantry. And other projects that we haven’t yet tackled. Give it 15 and find how efficient and productive you can be with anything. Allocate 15 minutes, commit to getting as much done as you can in that allotment and move on. Done and done.