Collaborated with our Son and a trusted colleague to run a few thoughts by them before i sent an email or made a phone call to the event owner in yesterday stories over the past week.
The colleague referred to a book (photo above) Lee Cockerell highly recommends.
While i will likely never read it, there was solace provided by my colleague in his recommendation.
Basically, do not compromise on your video and audio recording are strictly prohibited.
Son, this is why working at Disney takes special people to constantly give much more than any industry standard for resolving Customer, Employee, or Vendor tensions. Not all people are able to do this generously, for a lifetime. Some are challenged to do it for a single day.
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Jeremy Camp’s We Cry Out show was inspiring, fun, and thought-provoking. But nothing is ever exactly as it appears. In business, in the church, in our hearts. Yet, we ignorantly hope for business (and life) to be fair.
When we cry out at work, there’s not much sympathy. That’s the cool part about balancing our work place with a spiritual place. They are often dramatically different, yet we desperately need them both.