Rabbit holes.

I kick myself every time I use my phone’s calculator app.

I only need to multiply 234 and 345, and all of a sudden I’m responding to texts, emails and scrolling recommendations from Netflix.

20-minutes later, I can’t remember why I picked up the phone in the first place.

One extra minute.

The clasp on my watch had a recurring problem:  It would suddenly release at random times.

I took my watch from jeweler to jeweler and everyone had the same answer:  There was nothing wrong with the watch clasp.

At the last store, the jeweler asked if he could examine the way I put the watch on my wrist.

In just 60 seconds of observing me, he realized I was closing the latch from left-to-right, when it should be clasped right-to-left.

Problem solved.

Imagine the chronic issues and pains that might be solved with just one extra minute of attention.