A year ago, I was counting the last days of working with a national bank. I had had a lot of fun on a program called “Transformation.” (I couldn’t make that up!) I was working with the IT Operations area of the bank — the folks who make sure your email works and your computer comes up every morning and all the checks are processed and the ATMs key in. They are the behind-the-scenes elbow oil that greased everything that worked. I had helped them communicate what they do with other areas of the bank, and it was impressive to see the results for everyone. Now, that was going away. I had no idea what I’d do next, or where my income would come from. But I’d been hearing “Do not be afraid. Do not be afraid. Trust.” for months. I was up to bat.

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