At the last Cameron Rotary meeting, we had district PR representative speak to the club about promoting Rotary and the missions the clubs undertake. One thing that was said struck home. They said, what you do isn’t interesting. It’s why you do it that matters.
Somehow, I’ve know this. I mean, the back office parts of this business—the parts that fascinate me and take up so much of my time would be dreadfully boring to a normal person. Even the visible activities of our business—color choices, hammer swinging, and so on—aren’t particularly interesting in themselves, despite there being so many television shows somewhat dedicated to the topic. None of that is what drags my old butt away from the bucolic lifestyle at the ranch.
Why I continue to work everyday can be summed up in one story. Continue reading