Today’s Reminders

Lots of little “Oh yeah” moments today:

Surrounding yourself with quality, smart, talented people you can work with and learn from is a good way to get good work done.

That phone call that you keep meaning to make? Make it before it’s too late.

Life is good when good friends are embraced and false friends are dismissed.

Low-Carb ice cream sprinkled with Ovaltine is an awesome snack.

Sometimes you just have to go down the wrong path, just to confirm that it’s wrong and see what you learn from that journey.

Ask questions… even if you think you know, ask questions…

…then really listen to the answer.

4 thoughts on “Today’s Reminders

  1. Love this
    “Life is good when good friends are embraced and false friends are dismissed.”
    I’ve had to do a little bit of that this past year but the trick is to do so without imagining oneself as a persecuted martyr.

    1. Re: Love this
      *laughing* Well, I’ve never considered myself persecuted or a martyr, but thanks. If that was your situation, I’m sorry to hear it, and hope it’s worked out. 🙂

  2. Life is good when good friends are embraced and false friends are dismissed.
    Hi Tony,
    I was looking for your email address and came across your blog. I feel that I may be one of those false friends. I have been incredibly remiss in keeping in touch. I get so wrapped up in my own day to day crap, that I forget to do the little things that are really important. My love to you and your family.
    Paul R Bird

    1. Re: Life is good when good friends are embraced and false friends are dismissed.
      Paul! Good to hear from you! And, No, I don’t think you’re one of those false friends! Just losing touch is a whole different thing! (And believe me, I know what you mean about getting wrapped up in day-to-day crap!)
      Now that you’ve found my email (Or, I assume you have – you can reach me at the Williamston Theatre, too!) – what’s up?! I hope life is good in your neck of the woods?

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