In every aspect of life, there is room to compare. Who has the bigger house, the faster car, the smarter or more athletic child, the more profitable company, the most influence in the community, the biggest paycheck, the most exotic vacations, and so on.
Whether you are operating with a fleet of two thousand vehicles or just two vans and a flatbed truck, maintaining a fleet is a difficult but rewarding job involving micromanaging, constant vigilance, and maintenance.
How many of you get the print issue of R&R every month and that’s the extent of your involvement with the publication? Do you turn the local news on in the morning, but don’t have the station’s news app downloaded for breaking news or weather notifications?
That little quote is from the book, “The Power of No: Because One Little Word Can Bring Health, Abundance, and Happiness.” The book talks about the power of saying no, and the freedom it can bring, while admitting the anguish, desperation, fear, and anxiety it can also bring. It is a brave word to say.