Never take your network for granted

networkDo you know how to play best/worst part of your day? That’s what we do when we are on vacation. At the end of the day everyone shares the good/bad/ugly.

This week I played best/worst while on a plane ride home from a business meeting. I was prepared but left with a feeling of uncertainty.

The best part was the support from my network. Coaching came in the form of text messages and phone calls just at the right time. I was humbled by their acts of caring. Worst part of the day was that I almost took these special people for granted!

Thank you snow storm for giving me extra time to reflect on my day.  What? Did I really say that?

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