Well I guess I have to count my blessings. I didn’t win the huge lottery yesterday. I went in with Lance Lowenstein on 40 tickets, and stood in a short line at a small store across the street from the DC Convention Center. Lance and I had it figured out. When we won, we were going to leave the jobsite and start counting our money! But not really. We would have finished the job, but would have been more cautious, as if we might die before we got a chance to spend any of our luck.
I routinely count my blessings. It’s important. I don’t take stock, just take a moment each day to reflect about how lucky I am. Great family, friends, and career. Love my business, it’s a challenge, but one that I love. Here at the Washington DC FIRST Regional, I once again get a chance to meet interesting and wonderful people, and see student’s lives change.
In the end, isn’t it better to count blessings than money?