So, today I actually felt like I accomplished something. I sent out half of the mailers for our direct mail campaign. For the record, direct mail…sucks. I think I’ve permanently lost feeling on the tips of three fingers because of having to stick 592 stamps on 148 mailers. Not to mention the 396 total labels. Yup. I only have a thin layer of skin left.
Work is going well. I am learning more everyday about the products that we sell. Dental implants are a lot more complicated than I ever would have thought. Yet–they are also logical, with specific patterns, so I’m finding it easy to comprehend. Now that I am taking the time to learn. I have listened to our seminars in the morning, and I’ve engaged in conversations about the implants. Today I actually took the time to study and I understand the implants. Now I have to learn about the abutments and the miscellaneous other apparatus that go along with the implants. Exciting stuff, huh?
Today as I was walking, something occurred to me. It’s something that I have been wrestling for most of my adult life. It feels weird to say it out loud, but I have a fear. Of success. I don’t know the root of this fear. But it is real. I think that it is one of those “this requires prayer and fasting” things.
Today I also learned the value of reading the Word before work. I took the time to read John 15 and my proverb of the day, and my day was exponentially better.
So, there you have it.