“Don’t wait for extraordinary opportunities. Seize common
occasions and make them great.”
— Orison S. Marden
Being great can be defined as doing something rather ordinary over and over again. Then it can become extraordinary.
Being on-time for everyday occasions is extraordinary. This is a very powerful way to run your life. Just imagine everyone else apologizing to you for being late instead of you always groveling for forgiveness.
This simple act puts you in the power seat in a meeting. It even works in a simple coffee meeting.
Seize the day with this Action Step.
Action Step: Begin to arrive 10 minutes early for every appointment. This means for a phone call, video meeting, and in-person meeting. It doesn’t matter if the other person is late. You’re on time and that’s what matters most.
Notice how it feels to be on time versus always being late.
Are you already more powerful?
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