We’ve all heard the saying before – The early bird catches the worm. And while it might seem like arriving a few minutes early doesn’t do much, it is the best chance you have for success.
Being early makes you an instant professional. It shows you value others as much as yourself. You are trustworthy, responsible, and reliable.
When you’re an early bird, there are more hours in the day. You have the time to be one step ahead and always go beyond the agenda.
In this episode, you’ll discover why showing up early gives you the best chance of success in all that you do.
Show Highlights Include:
- Why becoming the ‘Early Bird’ makes you more productive, respected, and leadership material. (1:07)
- How to find more hours in your day and make a real impact through the Carol Dweck mindset. (4:26)
- Why setting the clocks a few minutes ahead turns you into a person of good character and excellence. (7:15)
- How to become a person of excellence and forward progress through John Wooden’s sock tip. (13:50)
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