Episode 4 • Be Professional, Not Annoying

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We can probably all recall a musician along the way who would show up to band practice, get their gear setup, then start playing immediately while everyone was still setting up. Or the guy (or girl) who shows up without their capo, in-ears, picks, or sticks… maybe the vocalist who decided to come in after their outside job without the chance to shower first or at least wear deodorant… The list goes on….

But, like we mentioned in Episode 2 – Our team members, our family, others… are more important. If we have the decision to be selfish or selfless, we must always chose the latter. When we have a mindset of consistently serving others, our professionalism sky rockets. When we are oblivious to other people… we are just plain annoying.

So… simply put – Arrive early. Get setup quickly. Then find someone else to help! Imagine if we all had the mindset of not just serving our congregations… but our team members.

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