Daylight Savings Time…

Saturday evening, or should I say, 2 a.m. Sunday morning, the clocks were adjusted back one hour.

Did you set the clocks back before you went to bed?

Did you stay up an extra hour?

Did you take advantage of sleeping an extra hour?

It constantly amazes me how long it takes to adjust to such a small change on the clock. Generally, the difference is felt for 5-6 days. The older I get, the more difficult it becomes, a thought for another day.

Something occurred to me in relationship to the time change. How much difference could be made if we learned how to make adjustments in our time for leadership, even the smallest amount?

Time with family? Time dedicated to our strengths, rather than our weaknesses? Time to make an extra call? Time to write a blog? Time to read it? Waiting on others to go first?

Opportunities await us in the days and weeks ahead. Just a little adjustment in time could make a great difference in our leadership and in the life of someone in need.

1 comment on “Daylight Savings Time…

  1. Chris Brill says:

    Thanks for the kick in the pants!

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