…today’s secret…the clock is ticking.

You’re committed to helping those who are fighting their reality.

A tough fight for you. Got it.

Elmer fought. When Elmer returned to the safety of the English airfield in World War II, they discovered that Elmer’s B-17 bomber had been pummled by German shells. 11 shells had found their way into the B-17 gas tanks.

Maintenance discovered why the shells didn’t explode. All of the shells were empty except one. The 11th shell had a hand-written note in it, scrawled in Czech language. It read “This is all we can do for you now…using Jewish slave labor is never a good idea.”

Sigh.

You can’t change your participants’ entire world overnight. Their needs are greater than the time you have.

Don’t fret. Just focus on the ‘just now’ with the skills and time you do have.

Make each of your encounters count. Don’t let the important go unsaid. Let them know that this is all you can do for them now, but, in your own way,
let them know that they are worthy of being loved and loving others.

You don’t have to use the word ‘love.’ You know what I mean.

Sigh.

Right Time’s PAS® adds the voice of your marginalized participant to your intervention which means you can improve your decision making, achieve quicker rapport, gain marketplace advantage, and, maybe, increase your funding.