Feedback on 5/20/14 Issue of “Work Is Not for Sissies!”


8 Responses to “Feedback on 5/20/14 Issue of “Work Is Not for Sissies!””

  1. Misty Fikes Says:

    Thank you for your positive feedback regarding Southwest Airlines. My husband is a flight attendant with Southwest and it is very encouraging to hear good reports.

  2. Sharon Collins Says:

    Hi Glenn….FYI spouses don’t fly for free anymore…..and it’s standby only. Believe me, being the wife of a pilot, nothing is free, and if you want to get where you are going and on time, you purchase a ticket!

    Sorry I missed you when you were in Elizabethtown last month – hope you’ll come back!

    Sharon Collins
    Elizabethtown, KY

  3. Todd Says:

    They would Wipe OUT JetBlue, if Southwest had the same attitude that they do now, BUT added inflight Direct TV/Sirrus/XM like JetBlue does. Having that TV and inflight map makes the time pass oh so fast, and is really THE only reason to fly JetBlue. If you know anyone there, let ’em know this. Thanks.

  4. George Lomas Says:

    I have had three long lasting jobs in my life time and am now self employed. I have enjoyed all of my jobs. It’s what you make them. I moved on on all three to improve my position but enjoyed working all of them. Thank you for brining great motivation.

  5. Bonnie Lunn Says:

    This post made me chuckle, remembering a Southwest flight to Vegas a few years ago. Upon liftoff (the scariest part of a flight, I think), the captain’s voice was heard on the loudspeaker, saying “I think I can, I think I can, I think I can”. The passengers all laughed, and the tension was lifted. These people know the value of humor!

  6. Russ Ramey Says:

    SW Airlines..” Thanks for flying SW airlines folks, Once you have retrieved your baggage after captain crash hit the tarmac, lets calmly walk together through the debris back to the terminal”…

  7. Scott Says:

    I read an article that Southwest Air has, as part of their interview, several questions that see how witty and humorous a person is. Not only do they encourage fun, Southwest Air demands it.

    As you said, being happy is a choice. I have come to the point of view for myself, that the best place to be at any moment, is where I am at a given moment. Whether at work, or hiking in the beautiful mountains, I have the same appreciation for what I’m doing and for those that are there.

    This is what allows me to go to work 6 and 7 days every week without feeling like I need to get away.

    There is always something to laugh about regardless of where one might find themselves. We should just as well learn to enjoy whatever we’re doing, because; “This just might be as good as it will ever get”.

  8. Meridith Says:

    Being happy is a choice, some days it’s a minute by minute choice, but we can always choose to be happy. I have one employee that just can’t be happy…. this is putting a stain on everyone here. It may be time to explain Happy to her and ask! BTW I have my ring tone set to Pharrell Williams song Happy… every call is now a welcome one!

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