Everyone loves Bob’s parties.
Even before you got there you knew it was going to be great.
Bob would always call you the day before to check you were still coming and to make sure you knew that you could bring someone with you if you wanted to.
Bob would always greet you at the door with a big smile and introduce you to everyone in the room before leaving you to talk to someone who had similar interests.
Not only did Bob manage to pay attention to me but he also managed to spread himself around the group.
I was amazed at the wide variety of people Bob attracted to his parties. His parents and their friends were always there and there were always plenty of children crawling through adult legs.
He always got a DJ who managed to keep everyone happy. One minute we were dancing to “Rock around the clock” and the next I was singing along to my favorite new releases.
I watched Bob at parties and was always amazed that he was ‘in the moment’ and had focused whoever he was with.
Bob was not a host who was always looking over the shoulder of the guests.
Nothing ever seemed to be too much trouble for Bob.
If you needed something, a drink, anything, he had an uncanny talent for anticipating your needs and turning up just as you were about to try to find whatever you needed.
At Bob’s parties everyone felt special.
Bob certainly held awesome parties. He seemed to get a real thrill out of seeing everyone else have a great time.
A little something I learnt from my Les mills Body attack training. Try and be your best most authentic self and you’ll always make others feel just as special. Cause when you’re feeling good, you just can’t help but spread that vibe.
Do you need to be like Bob in any aspect of your life? Work? family? business?
I’ll always think of Bob when I’m teaching classes, coaching, and running my food and smoothie business cause Bob knows that the people are our life blood and the more attention we pay to them, to more special we make them feel, the better we do in life. So Bob is my bar. I wanna be like Bob.