I am not exactly sure what I did to deserve my wife, but let’s just say when I realized she was way out of my league, I went and put a ring on it. Thanks for the advice Beyonce.
I, in all of my arrogance, used to think that the customer was always wrong and had no clue what they wanted. The best part is that I held this belief when I worked at one of the best service oriented places, Chick-fil-A.
My little man turned three this past weekend. I mean, where has all of the time gone? This past week has been full of such twists and turns of emotions it is leaving me a wreck. I am pumped that he is getting older and able to do more and go on adventures, but I am also sad that my little baby is now becoming a big boy.
A couple of weeks ago I went to the cabin with my in-laws and my father in law had a book up at the cabin by Ken Blanchard called “Simple Truths of Service: Inspired By Johnny the Bagger.” It was a really thin book with pictures and large font so I decided it was a book for me.
I never thought it would happen. Never in a million years did I think it would happen. What happened, you ask? I am slowly becoming my parents.
The luxury of time is something we all have. Yep, that’s right… I said it and I will say it again. Time is a luxury we all have. Now I know the initial thoughts some people are having are “Stippichio, I am working 18 jobs, get three hours of sleep, make almost no money, have…