When you are busy because things are tough or going exceedingly well, it’s easy to make excuses for your decisions to be less than excellent.
Decisions that result in 1. loss of routine, 2. allowing the trivial many tasks to get in the way of the vital few actions (that produce a majority of your results i.e. picking up the telephone and calling your clients), and 3. ebbing personal relationships.
It’s always the right time to be excellent. Excellence is doing great things and results in goodness. Goodness is always right…
Our lives are 15 seconds long in the grand scheme of eternity. Can’t you be excellent for those 15 seconds?