First a little story.
There was a young lady waiting for her flight in the airport lounge, she had a good hour before her flight would be called, so she went to the coffee shop where she bought a takeaway coffee, and a paper bag full of cookies.
She found a row of seats where she sat and pulled out her favorite book, from her handbag which she placed next to her. As she sipped away at her coffee, a gentleman came along and asked if he could sit next to her, she politely agreed.
As she sat reading, she reached out to have one of her cookies from the paper bag. Out of the corner of her eye, she noticed the man putting his hand into the paper bag and taking a cookie, what a bloody cheek she thought, but so as to not cause a scene she pretended not to see him. Every time she took one so did he.
She continued to eat away at the cookies and so did he until they were all gone, she was absolutely fizzing at the cheek of this man but still said nothing.
With great relief, her flight was called so she quickly gathered her belongings while giving the man a very grumpy, annoyed look as she stormed off towards the boarding gate.
As she sat in her seat on the plane still very annoyed at the cheek of the man she once more reached into her handbag to get her book, and to her shock and horror, there in her bag, unopened was the full bag of cookies she had bought at the coffee shop. She had been eating his cookies. Her anger and annoyance suddenly changed to being ashamed and regretful, although, I bet his cookies tasted even better than the ones she had paid for:)
Now I don’t know about you but I find stories like this so meaningful and amusing.
I’m sure you would agree we, all have the ability to change our moods whenever we really want too, but regrets can be a bit more of a problem, and as time passes-by the more and more regrets we collect, yes! I have a few. However, my second chance has come around to address one of my biggest regrets.
Let me first say in my defense it was many moons ago, but I gave up on a real passion of mine, through not having the patience to learn and understand the internet and keep up with its rapid growth.
I tried to go online and build web sites and yes I did, but rubbish doesn’t even come close to describe them, so I gave up and that was maybe only 15 years ago.
Well, guess what I am so disappointed, that I didn’t persevere, and that’s why I’m here now to suggest, that you take control! and don’t make the mistake I made.
My second chance has certainly come around, as I hope the young lady in my story gets her second chance to maybe apologize to the man who let her eat his cookies.
It’s all so much easier today to make use of technology to take control of your future. You know as well as I do, nobody’s job is safe, our way of life is changing, so keep up and change with it. It can be scary, but you don’t have to do this alone thousands of people have already gone online to become their own boss, which has huge advantages, too many to list here.
Over the years I’ve spent a fair amount of money on courses, so in order to help save you wasting time and money may I suggest, by far the best value and the best offer I have ever, and I mean ever seen! is from John. The simple fact that he has put this together to guide and help us is truly amazing.
I joined only a week ago and am finding it so easy, so speaking as someone who knows the bad old days of the internet and now sees how it has changed, I urge you not to hesitate but take action, take control by joining John’s “Partner to Success” program after watching the Free Training about his “Auto Sales Systems” found here!
Just click, register, and watch…while taking notes!
And for once – it’ll be YOU that Dips into someone else’s Bag of Cookies – And let me assure you, they taste pretty good so far, Thanks, John.
Plus if you don’t like them, you can always go back and buy your own bag later, with the extra income you earn just from your notes.
P.S Feel free to email me should you have any questions or just to keep in touch – firstname.lastname@example.org I would love to hear your story.
This is a guest post from Eddie Couper, if you would like to be considered for a guest post please contact me.