The gift of an ordinary day is a leader’s greatest asset.
And then spending that magnificent asset in a balanced, powerful, and fun way.
Yesterday while in Allentown, Pennsylvania, i was able to respond to a Speakers Bureau executive with answers to important questions for him and his client.
Yes, we are on vacation. Yes, we had just arrived for a few days to stay and visit.
In the explanation to my Mother-In-Law, my wife asked me to share with her how my business model works.
Surreal to hear it come out of my mouth.
Additionally, earlier yesterday morning, we gifted a 77-year old with a MacBook Air. A hand-me-down, but new to her. It compliments her iPhone 6. With iCloud, her world become more exciting, confident, and safe.
Leadership happens all day, everyday.
And there are no boundaries for doing work that matters.
On April Fool’s Day 2009, jeff noel began writing five daily, differently-themed blogs (on five different sites). It was to be a 100-day self-imposed “writer’s bootcamp”, in preparation for writing his first book. He hasn’t missed a single day since.
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1. Those who purchased the book
2. Those who read it
3. Those who did the first two, plus wrote an Amazon review
4. Those who did the first two or three AND bought copies for others
5. Those still considering ordering a copy
Received an email yesterday about how the book transformed someone’s thinking in just one reading.
Cried while reading it.
Not everyone will be so deeply, profoundly impacted.