The First Sip
Hey Sunday Brewers!
Ever accidentally thrown something away and regretted it?
Looking for ways to stay more alert at your desk?
Curious how to prevent a prospect’s eyes from glazing over when walking them through a 7-step financial plan?
Well, pour a fresh cup of your favorite brew…
Because we’re serving up the GOODS!
Last Wednesday, a couple from Oberlin, Ohio was cleaning out their grandmother’s house when they made a big mistake.
An expensive mistake.
A $25,000 mistake.
As they were cleaning out the house, they went through the kitchen and bagged up everything that looked like trash.
That included what was in the refrigerator and freezer.
Everything inside was put in a trash bag, tossed in the trash can, and wheeled out to the curb for the garbage truck.
But a little while after they finished, they got a call from grandma.
“Hey! There’s an envelope in the freezer with $25,000 in it. Don’t lose that!”
As soon as the couple got that phone call, they immediately sprung into action.
They called up Republic Services – which has dozens of trucks and deals with more than 4,500 tons of waste each week.
And after several frantic calls and lots of back and forth between company dispatchers and drivers…
They tracked the truck down.
Thankfully, the driver hadn’t made it to the landfill yet.
So they got him to pull over at a recycling center and dump everything out.
And with the help of 10 workers combing through bag after bag, they eventually found what they were looking for.
Dan Schoewe, the worker who found the cash, said that it didn’t take long once they started looking.“Couldn’t believe it only took 10 minutes! The couple was so happy,” he recalls. “They were tearing up!”
1 Caffeinated Neurohack
Good posture obviously plays a key role in maintaining a healthy spine and reducing back pain…
…but the benefits go far beyond physical health.
Did you know that having good posture is actually proven to keep you alert and focused in the office?
According to multiple studies, those who suffer from poor posture are shown to have lower energy levels than those who have good posture.
The reason why is quite simple…
When the body is in a prone position – like lying down or slouching over – key systems within the body slow down.
This includes your heart rate, breathing, and adrenaline levels.
Contrast that with when the body is sitting upright and alert.
Your systems recognize that it’s time to work.
In response, your heart rate remains slightly elevated, adrenaline levels are higher, and you feel a flood of increased energy.
So if it’s been a few years since you had a mother or teacher remind you to sit up straight, I’ll go ahead and be the bad guy 😉
Sit up straight and pull those shoulders back!
Better yet….invest in a standing desk and stay hyper-alert throughout the day!
☕ TL;DR: Improve your posture at your desk and you’ll stay more energized and alert.
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Enjoy your Sunday,
Jeremiah D. Desmarais
#1 in ROI-Driven Training for Advisors