“You win the day by winning the night before.”
- Putting clothes out for work and workouts the night before
- Packing your lunch and your kids lunch (if you have them)
- Planning and preparing for obstacles
- Thinking about what meetings you can change if a big priority comes up
A smart leader I know recently said, “the higher you rise in an organization, the more you need to be prepared for unexpected change to come at you during a week.”
Winning the day the night before, insulates you against unforeseen obstacles in the morning.
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