Your Ducks in a Row
As long as you have two or fewer, your ducks are always in a row.
The Covert Comic
I love quotations. They are in and out of my head, however, so fast that I have to write them down. After reading them a bunch of times, I do remember them. Not exactly but almost. Having a list is reassuring.
To start a movement, you need to nurture the followers. A movement is composed of followers and new followers emulate the followers, not the leader.
The first follower is actually an underestimated form of leadership in itself. The first follower is what transforms a lone nut into a leader.
— Dereck Sivers, TED Talk, How to Start a Movement
When deciding what to do next seven-year-old Carolyn asked, “Do I have time to do this before my piano lesson?”
“Your lesson isn’t until 4:00. It’s only 10:00 now.”
“Well, is that enough time?”
I pointed to the clock and explained how the hours passed, the distance between 10:00 and 4:00. “That’s five hours.”
She said, “I know how to tell time and all that on digital and analog clocks, but I don’t comprehend it. What is five hours?”