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Can’t we at least make time during Christmas season?

December 13, 2012

A very dear friend sent me the pictures below. I don’t know where it started but I liked it & wanted to share with you!  There are 2 subjects in play here…

Two weeks ago at a Men’s Fellowship meeting that I lead, we were discussing ‘Servant Leadership’.  One of main tenets/principles underlying this philosophy is Communication & the ability to Listen.  Our discussion moved from Church to Community to Business to Family.  We all agreed much of this needs to start at the family level. We need to bring the family attitude, loyalty & concern to these other areas, BUT – Technology can often get in our way.

See below & ask yourself what can you do to set the example moving forward.  We don’t like smoking at restaurants or at the dinner table. Can we apply the same manners to technology? It starts with You & Me.  Plant the seed & start a forest.

In many ways it is just like saying Merry Christmas instead of Happy Holidays.  It all starts with You & Me!   You are not offending anyone by offering them well wishes  or a prayer you offer to your God for them.  Merry Christmas!

The day that Albert Einstein feared has finally arrived.

coffee w friends

Having coffee with friends.

Day at the beach

A day at the beach.

Cheering on your team

Cheering on your team.

Having dinner w friends

Having dinner out with your friends.

Out on a date

Out on an intimate date.

Talking w your BFF

Having a conversation with your BFF

Visit to museum

A visit to the museum

Enjoying the sights

Enjoying the sights

A Einstein

It is bad enough that we allow others to  take “Christ” out of Christmas.   This season why not  make some time to really connect with your friends & loved ones.  Send a Card, Call or Visit!

Continued Blessings! & Merry Christmas!

Chris O’Connor

Executive Director – Fellowship In Business

Principal / Owner – ProCFO4U

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