We rescued Daisy, our German Shepherd, three and a half years ago.
She found us on the internet at the same time we found her :0)
Daisy positions herself to monitor what’s most important: Nicole’s safety.
During our hikes in the woods, Daisy scans dangerous areas for signs of trouble.
When she’s on one of her five (yes, five) daily walks, Daisy inspects threats and opportunities and ignores less relevant data. Squirrels are her security kryptonite.
She applies her signature at the most important places.
When chasing her orange ball, Daisy maintains a single-minded devotion, crashing through obstacles to reach her goal.
1. Set your priorities so that you focus time and energy on what’s most important and avoid squirrel distractions.
2. Scan your surroundings by talking with people, professional study, and reading a national and a local newspaper so that you avoid breathing your own exhaust.
3. Watch for indicators on your top three threats and opportunities so that you can manage risk and seize profitable opportunities.
4. Put your signature on decisions so that everyone knows that the most important moves have your buy-in.
5. Keep your eyes on the prize, avoid self-editing and listening to unsolicited advice, and get the support you need to succeed so that you can look back on it all and say, “I gave it my best shot.”