(This post starts the series Quick Disruptions. I’ll post a short thought each Saturday on becoming a day-maker, including my definition of a day-maker.)
What got you out of bed today? Was it an alarm clock? Was it anticipation? Was it a 3-year-old? Whatever it was, here you are, up and out of bed. What are you going to do with the day?
A few minutes spent planning your day can pay big dividends. Write down a few things you want to do today. Make sure at least one of the things makes someone else’s day better.
If you start doing this daily, it will help you to make progress towards your goals and making the world a better place.
(Thanks for stopping by. If you have plans or ideas for being a day-maker today, share them with us in the comments below.)