Last first day 2018.
We are working on initiative and fun this year.
The final two values we share.
The list for preparing for adulthood:
- Behave admirably
- Personal responsibility
• • • • •
This website is about our WORK. To ponder today’s post about our HQ, click here.
If you want to stay on this site and read more posts from this Blog, click here.
The workday begins the night before.
For example, yesterday:
- 4:40am – awaken
- 5:00am – drive to airport
- 6:00am – drop off Cheryl, drive home
- 7:00am – begin 5-mile run
- 8:00am – drive son to school
- 8:30am – Gold’s Gym core & strength workout
- 9:30am – drive home, pickup office supplies on the way
- 10:15am – dip in the pool
- 10:25am – brunch
- 11:00am – read, email, social media, write, work
- 1:30pm – drive to physical therapist for evaluation
- 3:15pm – client call to Hawai’i
- 4:15pm – pickup son at school
- 4:30pm – Twistee Treat drive-thru for ice cream on drive home
- 4:45pm – Grocery store for frozen pizza
- 5:15pm – Dinner for two
- 5:45pm – free time in family room
- 9:00pm – bedtime
- 9:30pm – lights out
The only audible for the day was picking up the frozen pizza.
Not everyday is this structured. But everyday is structured with a plan determined the night before.
One way to inspire ourselves to be remarkable each work day is to know that at any moment, it could be our last.
Only one person in charge of working this way.
Don’t quit your day job is really great advice. And all I can think about is how lucky I am to have a day job that allows me to do work that matters.
Count your blessings if you are working hard at something that matters. Consider getting out if your not.
Assuming you came here from jeffnoel.org, by clicking Next Blog. But I’ll say it again just in case – all Mid Life Celebration April 2012 posts have been written 90 days in the past.
That means as I type these words, it’s New Year’s Day. For real. 🙂
On New Year’s Day, we dreamt some ambitious thoughts for this year to be better than 2011. How’s that working out?
PS. I dreamt of this experiment – writing about today’s wishes for the future -and then checking in when the future arrives, to see how it ended.