“How are you doing?” I asked a passerby at a recent conference.
“Just right,” he said with a smile.
I love a comment like that, don’t you? It’s like an open invitation that makes you want to know more. “Just right” – that means perfect, doesn’t it? It’s quite different from an answer like, “All right” or “Okay.” On hearing it, I immediately wanted to know exactly what it was that made the man feel perfect.
Day 3 Guide
Don’t settle for less than feeling perfect. Naturally, there will be days of sorrow and pain. But too many of us allow otherwise great days to be downgraded by our worries and fears. Think today about the things that might be stopping you from having one of the best days that you can imagine.
© 2006, Levi Hill