In all my life I am not sure I have met someone as interesting as Gary. I met this young chap in a yoga class, which quite frankly is where I meet any and all of the most interesting people. Gary has made me a better person because he corrects me when I am wrong, in the most suitable way, of course, he knows how to talk to people and better than that, he knows how to tell a story. A person’s ability to tell a story, how important is that quality? I would say very important. I believe that this is the key to sells, even if you are not, say a salesperson, you are always selling yourself, interviews, dating, friendships, all relationships are based on some sort of attraction.
Gary is the master of storytelling. He has a way of leading you into the story, getting off on some wild irrelevant side bar and somehow tying it all together and you are left, like wow, I did not see that coming!
This is really what life is about, seeing all these different things, tying them together and being wowed in the process. So why do we not all take the time to think these things through. To connect, the good, bad and the ugly and show them as magical majesty beautiful things? Aren’t all of our experiences just lovely, even the downright ugly things, do they not always turn into beauty, somehow?
So, how does one Gary save the Queen? Being in the right place at the right time, asking the right questions and noticing strange and unusual things. He has probably done less noble things but everyday he takes action, he does the work, prepares for his journey and because of this, the Queen is safe and many others, everyday. To our Hero’s!