Do you have a “Got to” or a “Get to” attitude?

Did they say, “I signed and paid up for this thing, I’ve GOT to go.” Or did you say, “What a great opportunity to spend the day with 300 other farmers, learn how to be even more efficient. This will be fun, I am so happy I GET to go.” There is a chasm between got to and get to attitude. I walk my talk in this area too. I am blessed to have the opportunity to do what I do and the travel can get be difficult. What makes it easier, is for me to remember that I GET to go on the road and speak to these audiences.

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