The first time I saw my name in print was in high school. Our local newspaper covered high school sports, and the wins and losses were announced for tennis matches each week (unfortunately more losses than wins in my case). Then as a senior, I wrote for the Ewing Observer covering local events.
It’s always fun to see your name in print. It can’t be erased. It’s out there for the public, and most importantly, you can touch it. But this, this tops it for me. My business coach, Jeff Jochum, has written a book with Me Ra Koh. Work Happily Ever-After is about focusing and gaining clarity in your business, which naturally spills over into your life. The premise is based around Specialism, and our credo is: Anyone can copy what you DO. No one can copy who you ARE.
The entire book is so insightful, so dense with knowledge and full of “Jeff-isms,” as we like to call them. Towards the end of the book, there is a section of testimonials, and that’s where my story is told. It’s a great read, and it’s mind-blowing to see how each and every one of us is so unique. And that is Jeff’s power–helping us figure out our unique gift to the world.