Be Alert.

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  1. Ashley U. says:

    Great reminder!

  2. Hi Danny!

    Enjoying all your blogs, but this one really hit the spot today! This is an area most, if not all, get caught up in–especially the deep conversation with a friend as other guests go by unnoticed. It is probably the single most discussed topic with Service Directors and volunteers. I am anxious to share with them during VIP time this weekend. If you (or anyone) has tips, tricks, or solutions to minimizing distractions, increasing focus, and maintaining awareness, please share.

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