Very early in my coaching career, I had a sales conversation with a woman I had met at a networking event. I’m embarrassed to admit that I gave her a low-ball quote that was half of what other coaches were charging.
I heard a song for the first time called “Learn to Lose” by Bakermat. (Looking it up on YouTube I see it has 10 million views, so clearly I’m a bit out of the loop.)
These lyrics in particular jumped out at me:
On the farm where I grew up in western PA, we had two large Macintosh apple trees just to the side of the house.
Every year these trees would bloom and then produce prolific amounts of apples, which would fall and
I just got back from the doctor. I had noticed swelling under my right arm, and because I had lymphoma in 2007, I take these things very seriously. The earliest appointment I could get was for this morning.