The First Sip
Hey Sunday Brewers!
Steal a few quiet moments this morning with a cup of your favorite brew and discover an enjoyable way to instantly feel 40% calmer.
You’ll also learn how to carefully choose words that appeal to prospects in any sales situation..
Plus, get access to the 1-line phrase that gets cold & warm prospects alike to open up.
And that’s just the start!
It’s the last ‘Brew of the year…dive in…it won’t burn!
It was 21 years ago when Gladys Hankerson picked up the phone and tried to call her sister in Maryland.
But instead of dialing the 410 area code, she accidentally reversed the last two digits and placed a phone call to a 401 area code.
Mike Moffitt from Rhode Island picked up.
As Mike recalls, Gladys was very apologetic about having the wrong number.
“She’s really Southern, very hospitable, polite, and very sweet. She said, ‘I’m so sorry, child!’ and then hung up real quick,” he recalls.
But that wouldn’t be the last time the two would chat.
Gladys rang several more times over the following weeks…each time unintentionally.
At one point, Mike told her to hold on and started asking her questions.
That’s where the friendship began.
And for Gladys, she believes their friendship was more than a coincidence. It came to her at one of the most difficult times in her life.
Not only was she fresh off a divorce, but she had recently lost her son (who happened to be around Mike’s age).
“He talked real nice to me and I talked real nice to him, and after that I had his phone number and I put it down on paper and I always called him,” Gladys says.
The two now talk regularly every couple of weeks – sharing life (and plenty of laughs).
And just a couple of weeks ago, they were able to meet in person for the first time.
“Oh it was such a great day. That made my day,” said Gladys.
“I wish more people could be like that, you know? That would be so nice, the world would be better too…people would be better.”
After their meeting, Mike shared a picture of the two on Facebook.
The caption read: “There are incredible people in this world that are just a wrong number phone call away.”
1 Caffeinated Neurohack
New research shows taking your dog for a walk reduces more stress than simply walking alone.
It reveals that, in addition to increasing blood flow and providing a host of physical perks…
…walking your dog offers a double-play benefit of:
🧠 Reducing stress-inducing MHPG levels
🧠 Boosting GABA levels (the “calming” chemical) by up to 40%
So in case you needed an excuse to walk your dog, here it is.
I’m giving you full permission to grab a leash and take Fido for a walk!
☕ TL;DR: Take your dog for a walk and feel up to 40% calmer!
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