Remind me again

20130612-092757.jpgHow many times do we have to be reminded about something?

I was headed to a convention in Las Vegas and we were cruising at an altitude of 35,994 feet. It got a little bumpy so the captain turned on the fasten seatbelt sign. Flight Attendants asked passengers to remain seated for their safety.

Repeatedly. Every few minutes.

When do we learn? How many times do we have to be reminded?

As many times as it takes.

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6 Responses to Remind me again

  1. jeff noel says:

    Your timing is remarkable. How was the convention and what did you learn?

    (must be nice to get to go to conferences instead of working) 🙂

    Do you bring your own mutt mitts or are they provided?

    • David says:

      The convention was good. The weather was hot. I stayed indoors most of the time including three trips to the fitness center, something I’ve never done before on these working trips. It’s not all fun and games.

      More blog posts to share what I learned.

      I would bet you enjoy your line of “work” most of the time so that it isn’t really work. Right? 🙂

  2. Jordan Peterson says:

    What type of convention? Industry specific or more like Leadercast? You are blessed at any rate. 🙂

    • David says:

      Jordan! It was for work . . . Industry specific. Very blessed indeed.

      And I realized when I was there how close I was to where you live.

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