Ray Edwards is an to-level copywriter and business consultant. I met him in person a few weeks ago at Inc. Magazine in NYC. Now I am thrilled to place him among my friends who build people and business for God’s glory.
Ray recently interviewed me for his podcast. In this interview, you’ll discover – as Ray puts it…
- How to “live your mission”.
- Paul’s unique philosophy of how to make more… so you can give more… and live more.
- The jaw-dropping story of how Paul’s wife died in his arms…and the amazing nature of what happened next.
- How you can be at least three times as productive using Paul’s startlingly simple system.
Airport Check In
A little lady is working the counter. It is so good to see that short-people-discrimination is not in play here.
She can barely see over the counter. Which is awesome because I can barely see over the counter myself.
Our eyes meet.
We can see each other from the eyes up, but that’s it. We’ve got no clue if the other has a nose or mouth.
Little Lady: Next
I step up. I know the system.
Hand over driver’s license or passport.
Since I am headed to Dallas I hand over my driver’s license. The one with the picture I made the sour state worker retake 5 times because I did not want it to look like I had pulled a bender.
Little Lady: Nice photo. (OK, I made that part up.)
Little Lady: Mr. Evans did you check in online?
Me: Yes. Ma’am.
Little Lady: Is Dallas your final destination?
Me: Yes. Ma’am.
Little Lady: I see you are in 17C. Would you be opposed to an exit row?
Me: No. Ma’am. (I give a slight grin. Unfortunately she can’t see it because of the counter.)
Little Lady: I’ll put you in 12A. That will get you closer to the front and give you a little extra legroom.
Me: Thank you ma’am! As you can tell I need it!
I winked and walked away.
It’s good to be short.
Don’t grow. Stay low.
Live Your Mission!