Go Daddy is awesome. The past two days I’ve reconnected with Go Daddy, and remember why I love them so much.
They offer world class customer service. Consistently. Great product. Great price. Great selection. Great service.
That’s all a person can ask for, isn’t it? That a company would live up to their promise every day, with every interaction.
Impossible? Probably. But Go Daddy seems to have a much higher “success rate” than most companies I’ve worked with over 50 years.
Anyway, WordPress updates are done. Web analytics are clearer. Web statistics are way up. Double and triple in many areas. The reason? Because of people like you, reading this now.
“Money, Money, Money….Money“. The O’Jays, 1974, For The Love of Money.
I want to make a ton of money. Seriously. Enough to buy whatever I want.
First on my list:
- A Cure for Crohn’s disease
To take action, – to “put my money where my mouth is” – I’ve returned to school to earn my MBA.
Maybe that’ll be second on the list – pay off school loans.
Money. Can’t live with it, can’t live without it. Money has always been my biggest stressor.
Eventually, I learned a very simple and very profound rule. It is the first rule that should be learned.
What made this most basic of rules so elusive for me, is that I did not subscribe to common sense. A million reasons for that, which I’ll not even attempt to address.
The second rule I learned is have a business. After reading “Rich Dad Poor Dad” last Christmas, my whole mindset about money was changed forever….
September 11, 2001.
911, 9-11, 9/11. What has 911 taught you?
It has taught (or maybe re-taught) me the power of a hug. That there is never a better time than right now to give someone a hug. I hug more people, more often, even at work.
Remember how crowded (assuming you went) Church was that first Sunday?
Funny thing, I remember a lot of Christians sort of complaining about “all those people”.
And I quietly thought to myself, “This is the way Church ought to be every Sunday”.
Facebook thread today said, “You get what you give”.
In business and in life, you get what you give. We all know this yet sometimes we forget.
One of the reasons we forget is that as humans we are easily distracted, because we are so busy doing all the things humans do.
And occasionally, like now, we get on with surviving an economic tsunami.
Meanwhile, life passes by. I take solace in the fact that for 35 years, I have never faltered from trying to make my professional contribution exceptional.
Even if people are too busy too notice.