Asked our son to unpack what he meant when he told my wife he was proud of Tuesday’s Disney Customer Service 3-hour workshop.
He was joking.
Obviously, my feedback was, “You shouldn’t joke like that with Mom, because she didn’t know it was a joke.”
And based on the 30-minute debrief we had on the car ride home from the event, on every important client metric, had gave high marks.
He had only seen 60-minute or less keynotes, not the three-hour incredibly interactive session. For example, the audience never had time to fall asleep – too much thinking, doing, sharing, planning – all of it by design.
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After the sermon, our son (16) and i waited our turn at the end of the line to talk to the Pastor.
Finally, it was our turn…
“We sat in the last row, as a compromise between our son not wanting to come and me wanting to be in the front row.”
Shared that a week ago, in the same row, we didn’t feel anything (bored, truth be told), but today we felt passion. With no offense or judgement to last week’s sermon (different Pastor).
i told Matt there were probably many who felt as i did but they probably take for granted that “Matt knows this” and never say a word.
“i just wanted to feed you.”
He was there to feed us. Yet there are no rules saying we can’t bring a meal ourselves to share.
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