Radical Friendliness: the decision to be friendly to all, even to those who act like they’ve been weaned on a pickle.
‘Heart to heart’ beats ‘head to head.’ No headache. No heartache. Just things to celebrate.
It’s easy to be friendly. It’s also easy not to. Unfriendly has unfriendly returns. Smile and wave. Make someone’s day.
The scramble to be prepared beats the gamble of being unprepared and paranoid. Start early. No gamble. No scramble. Just Ready!
If a common practice feels wrong, it may be time for an uncommon one that feels right to make things even better. Trust your gut.
To get to THE way, OUR way beats MY way. And singing ‘We Did It OUR Way’ sounds WAY better than ‘I did it MY way.’ Work together.
The best *Best Practice*: Giving someone or something the BEST of you. It’s also the BEST feeling.
Convenience rarely leads to things that matter. Doing the right thing is not always convenient but always leads to what matters.
Don’t let all the things you haven’t done do you in. Just pick one now that looks like fun and begin.
If you appreciate similarities and respect differences, the differences will work with the similarities, to the delight of all.
If you listen way more than you talk, you’ll have WAY more people interested in what you have to say.
The 3 Be’s, please: Be there. Be prepared. Be humble. Add *Be FUN* to the mix (when appropriate) and they’ll buzz about the B’s.