A day in the good life
08 July 2016
What a great day.
I borrowed Ryan's truck to go to Salt Lake City and close a client's monthly financials. (Because his AC is better than mine). I repeated mantras on the way there. Little steps of self-improvement I've been guiding through lately. They arise as a I see a need for some strengthening within myself. Earlier in the week, I was guided by: "I hear my intuition, and I stand by it boldly." Another later in the week, "I have a strong mind."
At my client site, I was on the highest of my game. I worked so focused and so confidently. I was very open and direct with good communication. I thought what a powerful employee I would be if I were this top-notch always. I left proud of my work. That is the best feeling.
Then I made some stops along the route home, including getting baby's crib and a bunch of organizational items, so I can get down to business this weekend on our home! Rachel called me during my errands to share a new opportunity that would change everything for her. Requiring her to sell her car and move to another country. Her energy; her passion. I LOVE her whole essence so so much! She has so much enthusiasm. Ryan tells me that sales, in business, is the transfer of enthusiasm. I love that! Rachel sells me on living life to its fullest.
When I finally arrive home, the appliance delivery guys were installing a set of appliances for our rental unit downstairs. I made friendly conversation with them. Remarking about the weather, about their jobs. It felt good to freely converse with people. I haven't sought hardly any company lately, except for the occasional very close friend. I'm in a high tide of introversion.
All in all, a simple, run-of-the-mill day. But it was fully of excellent little moments.
Upward and onward,