Today, yesterday, tomorrow. What’s the difference in the three? Temperature is what most people will say. Up and down the coast we have seen dramatically high highs that are above normal for this time of the year. And! Dramatically high is that amount of business The Styling is having at this time. Creative living and working is a snap. And a smile, with a thank you, to follow up. Yes!
This year, and we still have half a year to go, there have been more changes, doors opened, new faces, more opportunities, jobs, people, places, than I can remember at one period, ever in my life. This week alone, since July 4th let’s say, the possibilities, the temptations, the payoff for hard work, the blessings and friends have been greater in number than I can remember in my life.
Just last night my wife and I at dinner with a newlywed couple sat, talked, shared, ate and simply enjoyed being together as friends. And do you know what? It was as if we were back in high school, on a double date. Conversation, food and friendship were all top notch.
Now today was so different from the last month of days, we had record breaking temperatures far below the last months days of scorching heat, I believe topping 100. Overcast and misty throughout most of the day, it was quite comfortable for a renewed moment. The whole day was like that too.
I started out being late for my Apple store reservation, had to find a supplier for product for a new client, take an associate to view new designs for office and home organizing. (By the way, I am in the beginning of that right now and I love it. Blake Matlock is the greatest for organizing. Relocated from Louisiana, to Nashville, she is quick, astute, and organized, something that is making a difference in my business. Scheduling return and new clients for services, renew social marketing annual fees! Whew, is that enough?
The answer: NO. It isn’t enough. Not today. There were still over a dozen newer items to complete on the list, but that isn’t a problem. Why? Because as a Stylist, there is always something new to understand and ad to the roster, but one of the most consistent tools for the trade is the long standing iOS and the newest electronic gadget, their iPhone, with Siri. The 98% accuracy of voice recognition and transliteration make it the most necessary addition to this years workforce.
And I did get to reschedule my appointment at Apple. Saw and spoke with at least 5 different apples from the store, and everyone had something interesting for me to walk out of the store with, yet I didn’t make one purchase during the entire time spent there. Now that’s a marvel! The moral to the story? There isn’t one. But the reason I wrote this is for the one person who might believe and give Apple a try, instead of being caught up in the pc World. I did, and I never want to go back.
thx Steve. M