Early bird gets . . .

Time's a waisting. So much can be done.

Time’s a wasting. So much can be done.

We have all heard the adage “early bird gets the worm.”

Here’s a good question for you. Do you know what time it is? Are you in tune with your to-do list so much that if the sun shines on your day and you’re not up you’re already behind?

That was a long sentence. Let me rephrase it the way a good friend does.

“The work day begins the night before.” Jeff Noel – Passionista

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4 Responses to Early bird gets . . .

  1. Patty Hebert says:

    Yes. It’s a blessing and a curse. The to do list is very long.

  2. Toni says:

    For too many years my life revolved around that old to-do list and rising early and going to bed late (totally exhausted) just to complete what I “thought” needed to be accomplished each day, and I finally realized that I missed out on the important small stuff with my family.

    Now, I’m trying to live by a new one – “The second mouse gets the cheese!”

  3. David says:

    For those of us who aren’t as orgainzed, the to-do list is a must-do. Although it doesn’t get done as often as it should, it does give me a sense of accomplishment when I can see the completed tasks written down. The list doesn’t have to be full of 20 things to do in an 8-hour workday. It could simply be one item . . . be awesome!

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