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The unlimited power of enthusiasm

Normally, people just show up. They show up at work, or at a conference. They show up on vacation or even sometimes they show up at home.

They aren't doing anything special, they're just doing.

Well, I spent the day with several hundred enthusiastic people.

This group, led by Jennifer Young, didn't just show up. They arrived. They were purposeful and positive and prepared and in a hurry... but in a good way.

It didn't cost anything. It didn't take any more effort (in fact, it probably ended up being less of an effort.) They got more out of me, more out of each other, more out of the day.

Enthusiasm has a lot to be said for it.

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