Are You Having Fun Yet?
She may have been the same one who, as the passengers disembarked from the aircraft, announced, "Last one off the plane must clean it."
A British insurance agent has fun with the accident reports he reads from some of his clients. Like the one who wrote: "I started to slow down but the traffic was more stationary than I thought." You know, stationary traffic can be like that.
Another client reported, "Windscreen broken. Cause unknown. Probably Voodoo." Voodoo would be a worry.
Before he became an actor, Ray Liotta worked in a cemetery. "I had a hundred people under me, and it was quiet," he fondly remembers. Actually, that doesn't sound half bad.
I have friends in the medical industry. She is a pharmacist and he is a sales rep for a pharmaceutical company. When I first met them I asked what they did for a living. He said, "She make drugs and I sell them."
I like the idea of injecting some play into work. And one of the great benefits is this: when our work is more fun, we like it better. And when we like it better, we do it better.
Are you having fun yet?