It’s sort of the opposite of “cued.”

In addition to being delightful to spell, the idea of work that’s queued up is energizing. The chapter ahead of schedule, the process in place for the next quarter, the continued commitment to learning…

It is locked, loaded and ready to go. It’s work that requires timing and foresight, and it’s an asset.

Knowing that it’s ready and waiting gives you the leverage and confidence to work on the next thing.

If we spend our time waiting for a signal, an invitation or a cue, we will be doing a lot of waiting.