I am not much of a morning person, just ask my wife. But as the leader of an organization, there is an internal clock that ticks loudly, counting down the minutes until the business opens. In the military, I was taught that 10 minutes early was five minutes late. That mantra carried into my newspaper career.
It seemed I always needed a key, because I was the first one at work. It didn’t matter if I was an ad salesperson who didn’t hit the street until 9 a.m., or a graphic designer who kept strange