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Dag 128: Det har været en GOD dag!


Det er et udtryk som vi anvender meget ude hos Strålfors Information Logistics, hvor jeg har den ære at være administrerende direktør. Vi spørger ofte hinanden -
"Er det en god dag?"
 - fordi vi dermed træner os i at se de positive elementer i enhver situation - også de vanskelige, hvor vi starter med en udfordring udløst af noget negativt og alligevel ender med at finde en løsning, hvor begge parter er tilfredse.

Vi bør alle slutte dagen af med at finde minimum een ting, som vi var glade af at have været en del af denne dag. I går hvade jeg en super dag på arbejde, men det var alligevel middagen på den lille græske restaurant sammen med min søn Christian, der overskyggede alt denne dag.


I dag var ligeledes en god dag, idet jeg sad i et tre timer langt møde med vores største kunde, hvor stemningen bare var GOD og alle udfordringer blev taklet med den positive indstilling, at dette løser vi som sande samarbejdspartnere.

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