TIME

TGIM!

Time.

Be early.

Or be late.

It is impossible to be exactly on time, so choose to be early.

Being late shows that you value your time more then the other person’s.

They might think you are rude or arrogant.  Nobody wants to be thought of as rude or arrogant.

It’s a discipline.

Don’t be afraid to call out a team member or trade partner for being late… and use core value #10 #accountability as the reason.

Being early is important.

 

– Joel Fleischman.  Joel is Head Coach of the solution providers for Drexel Building Supply.  (drexelteam).   You can follow him on twitter:  @JoelmFleischman.   Our mission is to be a supplier of others happiness.  I hope this little post did just that.

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