A while ago, I mentioned a failing hard drive to my office neighbor who owns a tech business. He promised to look into it, and within a couple of days he had diagnosed the problem, determined the equipment was still under warranty, requested a replacement from the manufacturer, printed a mailing label and boxed up the failing hard drive.
"All you have to do is take it to the post office," he said casually.
I was blown away. He shrugged off my thank yous, saying it was no big deal.
But it kind of was a big deal.
Have you ever noticed that? That the littlest things can mean so much?
This task was something I had been procrastinating for months. It seemed too complicated, and a not-very-fun item on a to-do list that never shrinks no matter how hard I work.
You are so good at what you do and I'm grateful to know you, Josh Meyers!