Preparation. The word hangs in the air. We all know what it means. Time. It takes time to prepare, to prime, whatever it is we are about to do, work on, etc.
Time. There is never enough of it, or so it seems these days. We all want more of it to do whatever it is we do, work on, etc.
“Preparation” is never done quickly, yet our world moves at a break-neck speed. “Hurry” and “busy” are typical, every day words, even in health care where we know deliberate time is important to patient safety. “Preparation” is rarely viewed as actual work; it is always something that precedes work.
Take the time to prepare. It is, indeed, work. It is vital work. Excel in your preparation; work will follow in step.