OK, NOT ready to change the entire world…but ready to take on the daily challenges of running a business. I am rested and eager to start.
I just completed fifth my year in business.
I can not believe I have been doing this for over 5 years! It started out giving one speech to all my friends and has evolved into a full time job. OK, not really full time job because of me having to nap and because I can’t really speak in full sentences. If they would only get beyond that….
This is tough for me to get used to…Not being able to communicate properly. I have an idea, but I just can not put it into words. You wouldn’t believe how frustrating that is. I read the Wall Street Journal daily, but it is hard for me to stay focused. After reading 2 paragraphs, I am ready to switch stories.
Then if asked about what I just read, I can’t get the words out to describe it. Like I said, is is frustrating.
Another standing ovation…followed up with this letter:
One of my colleagues on the west coast suggested I listen to Gordon and Jill Viggiano’s story. He heard them speak before more than 100 insurance advisors and guests. I watched their video and at that moment knew I had to have them speak to my company as well.
Ten years ago, Gordon suffered a massive stroke and he worked tireless hours to rehabilitate himself. Jill’s story is every bit as engaging. Being there every step of the way speaks volumes of her dedication and love for her husband.
As my company’s DIS (Disability Income Specialist) it was perfect timing for a meeting in May which was Disability Insurance Awareness Month. Their story was inspirational and entertaining at the same time. When Gordon would mention something on the lighter side, Jill was always laughing as if she heard it for the first time!
It was quite moving to hear firsthand why we do what we do. Thank you, Gordon and Jill for your moving story.