Feedback on 12/23/14 Issue of “Work Is Not for Sissies!

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13 Responses to “Feedback on 12/23/14 Issue of “Work Is Not for Sissies!”

  1. Diane Boyle Says:

    Glenn: I think we all need a t-shirt that says RESPECT. In light of what has been happening around our country lately, maybe it would remind each and every one of us that we need to respect each other whether we think the person deserves it or not. Maybe that would even lead to people taking personal responsibility for their actions….

  2. Bobbi Says:

    God Bless Erica!

  3. Kris Lowe Says:

    One of the most uplifting and inspiring things I have ever read. Read your newsletter (as I often do) and the entire blog from beginning to end. Thanks for the amazing ideas!

  4. Scott Says:

    Doing something for someone else is the best and surest way to “get out of one’s self”. I know that we use the phrase; “Random acts of kindness”, but it should read routine acts of kindness.

    Way to be Erica!

  5. Chris Duggan Says:

    I had to take a minute to thank you for today’s quote, possibly you’re best ever.
    I wish you and yours a safe and happy holiday season.

    Best regards

    Chris
    Edmonton, Alberta

  6. Russ Ramey Says:

    Glenn, I find that the people pulling the %#^&(^&@ wagon are too busy to get into the press. “If it bleeds, it leads” is a MSM proverb and their operating system.
    My best and brightest just plain kick ass and get ‘er done. I would put them up against anybody. conversely, the anchors around our necks will always be with us, Jesus Himself said pretty much the same thing.
    No one is more frustrated than I with the legion of losers determined to founder the boat… not realizing they are going down first because they are helpless to save themselves.
    Merry Xmas anyway, we win in the end Glenn. I’ve read the end of The Book… 🙂
    Regards,

    Russ Ramey
    WDC Operations Manager
    Lima, Ohio

  7. Rosemary Havey Says:

    You are so right, I saved the email from your beautiful bride with full intention of doing something and replying. But life got the better of me and I have no excuse. I LOVED Erica’s journey. Thank you for sharing it and for always uplifting me. God bless you Glenn and also your family. God bless Erica also.

  8. Lorie Schiefelbein Says:

    Thanks for sharing your birthday story along with Erica’s story! What an inspiration! It made me think about my own life and how I can impact my own community! I have a milestone birthday coming up next month and what a great way to spend it by encouraging others to do a random acts of kindness and for me to plan to do it myself!

    Lorie Schiefelbein
    Hastings, NE

  9. Tina Kucera Says:

    I want to thank you for helping small business owners and for doing it in such a straight-forward way. I have attended two of your seminars over the years, have read most of your books and look forward to your weekly newsletter. You give such great, specific advice on how to deal with those toxic employees! Being a small business owner is a tough job and managing employees is by far the toughest aspect of my day to day responsibilities.

    My husband and I just about lost everything with the financial crash a few years back and have been slowly digging our business out of debt ever since, and we still have a ways to go. We just had our most profitable year ever (in 16 years), however it was also one of the most difficult years in business due to staffing and employee issues. Your advice has helped us to create boundaries and to realize that we need to have a life outside of our business. Our business is not our life!

    You frequently mention the importance of thanking others for what they do. I have started the practice of writing notes to people to thank them or to encourage them if they are having tough times. After reading your newsletter this week, I figured it was high time I sent you a note to thank you for positively influencing my life and our business!

    Thank you Glenn, for not being afraid to tell it like it is, and teaching us to be fair, firm and consistent!

    With Gratitude,

    Tina Kucera
    Omaha, NE

  10. Marci Duro, Executive Director IVACED Says:

    What a cool thing to start! Everyone has their own thoughts as to their ability to make a difference. Excellent!
    Marci

  11. john knuth Says:

    More from your Omaha NE followers – Thanks for the waking up call to do something. Great stuff again, Glenn.

    John Knuth Midwest Sound and Lighting
    May Peace beyond description envelope you and yours this season

  12. Jane Baldauf Says:

    I don’t think I was on the email list at that time but I thank you for sharing your story. There are only a few that go that extra mile, but they are the ones making a difference! Keep the faith!

  13. Ralph Hillman Says:

    Glenn,
    Felt like writing in response to your ‘request’. Now, feel compelled to do so. Sue, my wife, has felt moved by God to take care of babies and provide help for those adults involved.
    Giving diapers, baby clothes (often with out leaving her name) is not uncommon. We have had 109 babies be a part of her ministry.
    google family fosters 100 babies to view a you tube done my the Methodist Church.
    God bless you efforts Glenn, I am proud of you.
    Voicedoc

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