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I'm frequently on the road, and I've shared what that looks like here, but here's what happens when I'm in the office (aka home).
6:30am: I get up, rather than 5:00 or 5:30am due to jet lag. On this particular day, I immediately checked e-mail, but shouldn’t have because I panicked that one of my podcast recordings hadn’t recorded. But it did. Phew. Uploaded to Dropbox and sent off to be transcribed!
7:00am: Back on track, listened to an 18-minute speech, a TED-like, faith-based talk by Dieter F. Uchtdorf; pray.
7:30am: Went to my desk. Sent a RedStamp card to my sister for her birthday. Worked on slides / handout for CPA Congress speaking engagement in Australia.
9:00am: Headed over to the track at Virginia Military Institute to get my 30 minutes of exercise. It's such a beautiful campus.