52 Sundays in a year.
That is 780 Sunday mornings.
Let’s round that down to 750 (we have missed a few Sundays over the years).
12 muffins a box. (I won’t worry about any times I made more.)
9,000 muffins I have made as a dad!
And I still read the instructions on the box…(I do use milk instead of water, though.)
Good question, and one I found myself answering Sunday morning as I measured out the milk, then oil, and then crack two eggs.
Why read the directions after 9,000 muffins? Because it matters. As many of you know, blueberry muffins are a tradition for my family. And I want to make sure the muffins are done right. So, I read and follow the directions, every time.
But isn’t that the key to success? Be it relationships, business, or sports? Doing the important things, sometimes the smallest things, right – every time.
I know that life can get crazy, distracting us from the small important things we need to do. Even our goals can draw us away from focusing on the foundational steps we should be working on to achieve that same goal. If you are feeling like life has gotten out of hand, or that you’re taking steps backwards from your goals, I suggest getting back to reading the instructions. Focusing on doing things right – every time. Soon you will look back and be amazed at how much you have accomplished. Even if it is just having breakfast every Sunday morning with your family. 9,000 muffins and counting.