Why starting early is key

Daily Ministration

Have you ever wondered why you never get things done? My aim here is to provide one reason which I know will effect how you finish. I actually went to sleep quite late last night, or really I should say early this morning. I was then awoken by the movements around the house. Not too long after this, my alarms started ringing, informing me of the various things my schedule entailed for the day. I decided to not stay in bed, rather start making tracks. This article wasn’t really part of it, which shows you how much you can get done in a day (the day not being over yet also).

Starting early is key to finishing on time, if not early. You allow yourself to have sufficient time for each action and also give yourself more time to relax after. If we prolong actions the day is not prolonged but our timing within the day is off.

I’ll leave you with this quote “The person who starts the race earliest has the best opportunity to finish first.”


He’s learning to serve the Christian community better and better each day through his teaching on the Bible (both theory and practical application for everyday life). Israel Ikhinmwin loves to share the truth of God’s Word and be an example for other Christians looking to develop your faith.

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  1. Anything is possible if we apply ourselves. thanks for the views

  2. 1.hard work
    2. plan
    3. dedication
    4. Most Important – God

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