The Johnny Bunko contest is rapidly moving to conclusion at midnight this Thursday, January 15. If you've not voted, please vote for Say Thanks Every Day and send a message of gratitude to the world.
I've learned many things through this experience. I'll sharing of these over the next week or so.
I've come to realize that as Bunko lesson #3 states - It's not about me - that it really isn't about me. It is about the idea. I wasn't select as a finalist. The idea was selected. It is important to understand what this means for leaders.
If I win, I'm not winning, the idea wins. The idea - Say Thanks Every Day - and all residual ideas that are associated with gratitude gain a platform for further exposure to the world.
I am a messenger. That's all. Just a servant to an idea. If you find the idea compelling and powerful, then begin to practice it in your life. If you find important, vote for it at Johnny Bunko.
Join me in in serving an idea that has the potential every single personal and professional relationship that you have. Every single one. Beginning. Right now. Today.