Noel’s Tree Service, and the hidden Disney secret?
Last night I spoke with Noel (his first name and my last name – what are the odds) about trimming my palm trees, an annual event that I’ve done myself for the past 17 years. We have about 30 sabal palms, the Florida State tree.
He can’t come out today to give me an estimate. Bummer, right? He’s got a fishing tournament. Once every month, men from his Church go bass fishing.
I think it’s great that:
- He has a sense of community
- Has his own business
- Is so busy during these turbulent times
- Commits to time away from work to recharge
- He called me back at 7PM on a Friday night
An hour before I spoke with Noel, I spoke with my car mechanic, or should I say car magician, Randy.
Randy also has an interest in fishing. Small world, eh?
Noel will be on a Central Florida lake. Randy goes deep sea fishing.
Well, Randy doesn’t actually go fishing, he goes catching.
The language difference that Noel and Randy use “to do the same thing”, makes all the difference in the world.
Same at Disney. Same for me.
And while you may not realize it, it’s the same for you. The question then becomes, “Are you maximizing your language to have a great personal and professional culture”?
Words must be leveraged to be great.
Let me say that one more time – must be leveraged.
You don’t have to leverage your language to become world-class; however, your chances of ever becoming world-class pale in comparison to those that harness this simple business strategy.
The choice is yours. Always has been. Always will be. Carpe diem, jungle jeff 🙂