I work with clients who are on a project.
In the middle of the day, I’m going to have to write out an email, but my boss says that he will email it to me in a few minutes.
I have a few questions for him.
How many words are needed to make it into a letter?
How long does it take?
And how do I know it’s not just a copy and paste?
And most importantly, what should I write down and put in the box for him?
The next thing I know, the next thing the boss asks me is: “What are you going to write on the bottom of this box?”
I thought that was weird.
What if it’s a God quote?
But that is what I did, because that is the only thing I knew how to do, so I just typed it up.
The next morning, I opened the email and it was God, who says: “Dear friend, I hope you are doing well today.
You are a really good person, and I want to thank you for your hard work today.
I will try my best to help you.”
I’m so thankful that I did that because that day I didn’t have to worry about the fact that I would have to wait for him to respond to the email.
And I never thought about writing something up again.