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The Energy Bus: 10 Rules to Fuel Your Life, Work, and Team with Positive Energy by Jon Gordon

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Chapter 14
Bus Tickets
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It was Friday and everyone loves Fridays. Today George loved Friday more than ever. Today he hopped onto Bus #11 like a new man.
“What’s gotten into you, Sugar?” Joy asked as she gave him a big smile.
“I don’t know. I guess it’s the Thank-You Walk I did on the way to the bus stop,” George said. “I did one at work yesterday, too, and a success walk last night. It really seems to work.”
“I told you, George. There’s nothing better than feeding the positive dog. But listen here. I got something real important to tell you. Me and the team have been talking and we have decided that we really want to help you succeed with that new lightbulb you are introducing. So now that you’ve got the positive energy flowing you’re ready to share it with your team which is a good thing because if you want to have a successful product launch you’re going to need to get your team on your bus. So this is rule #4, George. Show him, Danny.” Danny pulled out rule #4, which said:
Rule #4
Invite People on Your Bus and Share Your Vision for the Road Ahead.
“Remember, you’re driving the bus, George,” Joy said. “But as you drive you want to keep asking people to get on. The worst they can say is no. If you don’t ask they won’t know to get on. Plus, the more people you pick up along the way the more energy you create during your ride. The goal is to eventually have a standing room only ...

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