Mosey: (verb) def.: To move at a slow, leisurely pace.

Moseyers is a made-up word to refer to a person who habitually moves at a slow, leisurely pace. It is fine to mosey on your off time, perhaps even good to drop into “island time” when you are on vacation.

But during work hours, I do not want any moseying. We are on a mission, we have Customers to take care of, partners to respond to, mortgage holders to pay. At The Collier Companies, we have fire in the belly and we move with a burning sense of urgency.

No moseyers need apply.

Closing quotes:

“With a fire in my belly, I rarely get cold feet.” — Lynda Gaelyn Smith

“Success doesn’t come to you…you go to it.” — Marva Collins

“You must take action now that will move you towards your goals. Develop a sense of urgency in your life.” — H. Jackson Brown, Jr., author, “Life’s Little Instruction Book”