Ever since I was a kid, I’ve had a lot of favorite Christmas songs. But lately the one that’s really stood out for me is The Little Drummer Boy. When I was younger, I liked it just because of all the “Rum pum pum pum’s”. But the reason I like this song now is because of the story it tells. Originally called Carol of the Drum, this Christmas classic was written back in 1941 by U.S. composer Katherine Kennicott Davis. I’m not sure what inspired her to write the song back then, but every time I hear it today, I can picture the young drummer boy in
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If you’re reading this, today is your lucky day. No, you didn’t win a prize. Actually, you got something even better (and no, I’m not talking about this blog). You just got another day, another opportunity to do whatever it is that you do.
So… what is it that you do?
I’ll go first. I’m a teacher and a coach. I help people in the dairy industry reach their potential and create more value. I’ve been doing it for a while and I really enjoy it. I learn something new every day. And for that reason, I expect to be better tomorrow.
Ok, your turn… What do you do?
If you’ve been doing it for awhile, chances are you’ve gotten pretty good at it. So… are you? Ok, maybe you’re too humble to answer that question. So how about answering this one… Are you giving it your very best, every day? I really hope