Wednesday Wisdoms: stunned 

I am sorry I didn’t post last night. It took me until now to compose my thoughts. 

Tuesday was a big day. A lot happened. A lot. 

This:

  
Now, I’ve been a TD employee for 11yrs, for 10 of those I applauded and cheered and celebrated as some of my favorite co-workers worked their way to Champions. It’s TD’s annual top performers trip. I’ve seen them go to New York, Disney, Texas and many sunny down south places.

I was a good employee, but my job title was a 1 in 49 chance. It wasn’t meant to be.

When I started with Insurance in January, I sat and listened as they explained All Stars. I smiled and laughed and listened as those who went to New Orleans last year and I gave it no more thought. 

Then I got the first email to say I was pacing and in the running. I ignored it. Then the second and I checked my stats. I was 9th, and only 8 go. 

For the rest of the year I watched me stay in 9th place. I was so close I could taste it. However, I still was happy only to be making a good showing in my first year. 

Tuesday afternoon at 2pm my name appeared on a screen in a darkened room full of team leaders making a TON of noise and some of my co workers. I am a 2015 All Star. 

Stunned. 

Some of my co workers had to poke me. Disbelief is too soft a word.  Stunned wouldn’t cover fully either. 

I am so proud of my accomplishments this year. Not just professionally but personally as well. 

In February I will be in South Beach Miami with lots of awesome friends celebrating how proud we are to be TDI employees and All Stars. 

  
Welcome to Miami 

Until later. 

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3 Responses to Wednesday Wisdoms: stunned 

  1. Krista says:

    Congratulations! And what a perfect time of year to escape to the south!

  2. I’m so so so happy for you!!!!! Soak it up, you deserve it 🙂

  3. Congratulations! You deserve it!

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