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It was the best of calls; it was the worst of calls. Recently, I received a fantastic email from Southwest Airlines…I qualify for A-List Status finally! Hallelujah! I’m not sure how that affects me as a human being, but it’s got to be good, right? Who doesn’t want to feel special, elite, appreciated? Even though one of my daughters is a lawyer, I didn’t want to bother her to help me puzzle out the legalese that detailed what these elusive A-List benefits are to me, since she’s too busy trying to put very bad actors in prison. So, I did
Are your ideas stale? Do your preconceived notions prevent you from growing, expanding, enjoying new things? Some of the “older” generations don’t believe that social media and electronic communications are anything other than “a flash in the pan.” Some of the “younger” generations think that “old school” and “tried and true” methods like traditional printing are passé and no longer relevant.  Each generation should open its eyes and consider trying something new. They might be surprised by the positive outcomes. I had the good fortune to go to Eric Clapton’s 2013 Crossroads Guitar Festival and witness a demonstration of this concept
How do you feel about being late? Are you a timely and prompt person? Early, even? Do you push things until the last minute or do you leave yourself a little margin for traffic, parking, getting lost, etc.? How do you feel when you have an appointment and the other party is late? Are you understanding or annoyed? It should be a hard and fast rule that one should be prompt to appointments at the time they are made. Of course, emergencies and unforeseen problems come up all the time, and for the most part, people are sympathetic and accommodating;

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