During my days flying every week:
- A middle-aged entrepreneur said I should sell high-value, high-margin products as softly as possible. Boy, was he right!
- A young personal wellness coach said he saw big things from me. He still emails me periodically to see if I’ve made it big.
- A husband and wife, both scientists from rural Florida taught me about the perils of farm-raised fish. They were one of the first subscribers to Life is NOYOKE.
- Two strangers left me alone, mostly, while I juggled 50 note cards with research for the book I was writing. The strangers varied, but they were all helpful in special ways.
For every reason flying brought me the pain, there was one that made it worth it.
Lemons, lemonade, People.