In mid-April, I went back to Seattle to continue building teams with Galen Brunelle in Seattle. We took another road trip, driving about 500 miles,”showing” 20 people, and enrolling 8 customers. Galen’s my running buddy — when you have someone to run with, it just happens.
It was great be home and see my best buds, Andrew Bond
When I arrived on Friday, Galen and I met an old friend we had worked with at Best Buy back in the day: Diane Dacanay. After lunch with her, we did a presentation at a travel party. Saturday we did a bunch of presentations during the day. One of them was at the Old Spaghetti Factory, where I used to go for old high school dances. lol
On Sunday, I went golfing at Tapps Island Golf Course, which has an amazing view of Mt. Rainer. Of course, afterwards,we had to hit up Dick’s Drive-In for some incredibly unhealthy burgers. Just ask Sir Mix-A-Lot, “My Posse’s On Broadway.” 🙂
It was a fun trip. Obviously it appeared that way to those around me, because many people asked me if I was in Seattle for work or play. I just kept answering that I’m always doing both, which, for me, is ultimate freedom. If you’d like to live a life where doing “business” is virtually indistinguishable from traveling for “pleasure,” contact me.