It was — no doubt — a positively, great day.
All things considered, that’s saying something. Some folks I know could have, would have — no doubt — made that same day into a positively awful drama.
Tiny facts might have thrown folks off track for a moment . . .
- The traffic coming down from Milwaukee was less than easy — I got in Phil’s car 10 minutes AFTER his speech was supposed to have started.
- The gentleman at the venue was out of reach — no way to alert him.
- I went to find a parking lot. Phil went on up to speak. His dress shirt was still in the trunk.
You get the picture . . .
Phil’s comments were acknowledgments of help. “You’re the best,” and “Cool.” I heard no negative comment all day.
He said, “I”ll wear the shirt to work tomorrow.”
We had a great lunch, great conversation, and made some great plans. None of which would have happened if those mishaps had become the way we saw the day.
That’s why I started this by saying . . .
I had the pleasure of spending yesterday with Phil Gerbyshak.
It was — no doubt — a positively great day . . . for one reason.
Today, I want to be someone’s reason for having a positively, great day..
Finding Your Frequency in Business and in Life