In the late 90s I was on a family vacation looking through an art store full of typical tourist fair. One print stood out. I debated purchasing it but didn't. But I also never forgot it. 10 years later while on vacation with my wife I stumbled across the same print. This time I purchased it and it's been hanging in our bedroom ever since.
The piece is by Brian Andreas and on the print is the following quote:
he discovered his re-set button early on & there were not many things that bothered him all the rest of his days just because of that
In 2001 I started my career at a financial services firm. Over the next 19 years I directly served thousands of customers, managed hundreds of employees in service and sales, coached new managers, and led the development of a brand new financial product. While rewarding, I realized something.
I haven't hit my reset button enough but plan to start.