Finding a Way to Get "Unstuck", Part 1
Do you ever feel stuck? I do. Perpetually. I’m Dan Hansen and this is a Minute at RepcoLite.
When I say stuck, here’s what I mean: I look at my house–and while it’s in decent condition and nothing’s too messy or disorganized–it’s also got a lot of room for improvement.
The walls haven't been updated in years. I’ve got a couple ceilings that absolutely need a new coat of paint. I’ve got a bathroom re-do that is just frozen in time. I started it . . . got most of the way and then . . . for some unknown reason . . .i quit. We don’t even notice that it’s unfinished most of the time. We’re that used to it.
The basement is 80’s paneling. The drop ceiling down there needs some help. And that’s just the beginning.
Add to that 5 kids, laundry, meals . . . yard maintenance, snow removal, and I’m sure you see the dilemma. Chances are, it sounds all too familiar. Many of us are there. We’ve got a lot we’d like to do and no idea how to begin. We’re tired. Overwhelmed. Stuck. Maybe there’s a way we can get things moving again . . . that’s what we’re going to dig into over the next few days. We’ll get started tomorrow. I’m Dan Hansen and that’s a minute at RepcoLite.