Early Bird Catches the Worm

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Amber S. Grayer
6/12/13
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“Early bird catches the worm”

I. Health and wellness II. Career and employment promotions III. Educational endeavors

Many people have often heard the phrase “The early bird catches the worm.” In defining this phrase it can be determined that the earlier a person develops interest and pursue the challenges involved in that interest the more beneficial it can be to that individual. Three common areas of interest where the earl bird can excel are in health and wellness, career and employment promotions, and educational endeavors. The earlier you start something the better the chances of succeeding. This is true in every sphere and every phase of life, be it health, studies, or be it business. There are numerous benefits of taking the head start. Regardless of what disease or illness one has or thinks about, there are various benefits to having an early diagnosis, or at least a diagnosis on the first trip to the doctor. One of the biggest advantages of being diagnosed early rather than late is that it allows you to know what is wrong providing a peace of mind. If the diagnosis is a major one it allows for treatment to begin. Some diseases, if caught early enough, allow you to be completely cured. In cancer and other progressive diseases early diagnosis can mean that the disease is not given the opportunity to spread to other organs or infect the rest of your body. Knowledge is power. Take good care of yourself. There are many methods and ways at getting ahead. You can get ahead by being willing to work hard, using good time management skills, being a “team player,” being clean and tidy, and being good at what you do. This consists of staying focused on the future. A long term career should be established and perfected overtime for long term success. Feel good about your work and get more of it done, and bask…...

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