One morning I ran into a colleague in the cafeteria as we were both getting our first cup of coffee. “Morning, Kevin. How’s it going,” Saskia asked.
“Great! In fact, it might be the best day of my life,” I replied.
“Really?! Why?” She seemed surprised.
“Oh, I didn’t say it is the best day, I said it might be. The day is still young. I’m definitely leaving myself open to the possibility.”
Clement Stone once said, “I’m an inverse paranoid. The universe is conspiring to do me good.”
Are you open to having the best day ever?
Kevin Kruse is a NY Times bestselling author and keynote speaker. Get more success and tips from his newsletter at kevinkruse.com and check out keynote video clips. His new book, Employee Engagement 2.0, teaches managers how to turn apathetic groups into emotionally committed teams.