The Big Moo ([poetically] reviewed)

A co-author passed on this note to me:

WOW, three days in the moo pasture and I’m in love….I feel in the
spotlight, not my spotlight, but the spotlight of innovation
–remarkable possibilities– in the making.

You spoke it and I took the message with me to [my Fortune 100 company]
“There is freedom to innovatively use the book/tour for any purpose”….the implicit
message: Let’s have fun in that discovery process. What would it mean
for us to be involved…what a fun question that is. Big Moo, by
definition, is FUN….

Now I don’t know Seth (in fact know little about him) except that the
book’s very nature is contagious. And — it’s about connectivity
(yours-mine-the authors- the sponsors- the world!) Inviting
sponsorship “to combine forces…to contribute, connect and celebrate”.

And look at what has happened in so little time: you invited me into
this…and now I am connected…and inside this celebration in the making.
Now that’s contagious. All from a little book…who would have
guessed….I can’t wait to reread it again and again. I am so excited
about what might, could, will unfold as a result of all this. Thank
YOU for inviting me in. Thank you for the gift;  inspiration is the
prize, the gift.

  If I were a cow, I might just moooooooooooo.

Sleepless in Albuquerque,


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