Finding My Comfort Zone

Had a great experience last night and one that I know was sorely needed.

Bo Short had flown into town as part of the Max Momentum Tour and we planned on having dinner together before the event. Due to some scheduling conflicts, we had to postpone our meal and met many of the local team leaders instead.

It has been a while since I have been very active in any business activities (as evident by my blog posting). I admit that I felt a bit anxious and uncomfortable having been out of circulation for so long.

As the presentation began, I found myself becoming more adjusted to environment. There was a 10-15 minute break after the opportunity was concluded. Bo Short spent about 45 minutes teaching several core concepts. We were treated to the time-tested "It's Called Practice" method of cold contacting. (I have recently been working on editing a digital conversion.)

Afterwards, several members of the team gathered to ask some specific questions in an impromptu round table. I met several of the attendees and plan to attend future events despite not directly associated with this group.

The meeting broke up about 10:30pm and Bo and I were able to talk over a late dinner.

Despite my initial trepidation, I realize how badly I needed to get back into action and how much I love this business and the people associated with it.


Blogger Jeff Beeman said...

BO Came to town and you didn't call me?? Dude, that would have been so cool!!

I'm in town weekly let's get toogether.


August 09, 2008  

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