Whiteboard Quote of the Day: “Do One More”

What can you do to get the most out of whatever you are working on?  How can you ensure that you have done everything possible to reach a goal?  I remember when I first began weight training in high school (years ago), our coaches, or the person spotting me, would often encourage me to “Do One More“.  That last rep was always tough, and sometimes I didn’t want to do it, but after I did it I felt even more accomplished than if I had stopped short.

“Do One More!”

That is my focus for this week.  Not to leave anything on the table.  When I am doing something and I think I have finished, to do one more.  One more paragraph read in a book.  One more page written.  One more task that will add value to my work.  One more game of tag with my kids.  One more minute during my morning run.  One more minute spent with my wife before I leave in the morning.

I encourage you to do the same.  Do your best to maximize what you are doing, and leave nothing undone.  Do One More!

Question:  How can you “do one more” in your life to get the best results?  Please share what it is and how you can do it in the comment section below.

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8 thoughts on “Whiteboard Quote of the Day: “Do One More”

  1. One more kiss before my hubby leaves for work. One more I love you before the kids leave. One more kind word to the neighbor. I love your concept of one more.