What about Bob?

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Less is more:

Bob Dailey. Born and raised in Southern California. Graduated from (and met my future wife at) Cal Poly Pomona, in 1988. Married to Janet 30-plus years (33 at last count). Father of two: Julianne and Jennifer.  Grandfather of 7!

Held many positions in small, medium, and large companies. Mountain biker, trail runner, competitive stair climber, backpacker, camper, off-roader, world traveler, sometimes writer.

Author of Leadership Starts (and Ends) in Your Head…the rest is detail released in mid-November, 2014. 

I finally realized that no matter what job title we have, our real job is Chief Encouragement Officer.  We are all in the encouragement business, whether we realize it or not.

We encourage our employees to do their best work and have fun in the process.  We encourage our customers to make us a trusted partner and recommend us to others.  We encourage our friends and family to be the best they can be.  And, we encourage ourselves to stretch life’s boundaries, both personally and professionally.

Do you want to be a better Chief Encouragement Officer?  If you answered YES! you’ve come to the right place.  I encourage you to follow this blog!

If you’d like to contact me directly, please feel free to email me at EnCurUj@gmail.com

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3 thoughts on “What about Bob?”

  1. Who knew you blogged? Welcome to the intertubes…. Now if you could just stop posting food on facebook. It’s making me hungry!

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