When I worked as a roadie I never made my bed in hotels. Sure I would pick up trash and try not to leave the room as a total disaster (something I wasn’t always effective at), but I never made my bed.
After all, I thought, they’re just going to strip the sheets anyway.
Then I noticed how it made me feel.
I noticed that when I left my room, I felt a bit sad, a bit like a slob, a bit like I don’t really care about myself or my bed.
So I started making it. No military corners or tight lines, but I’d place the pillows in a good place, pull up the comforter and fold it over.
As I sat there and looked at my bed, it felt complete.
Leadership at times is like this, it’s making a bed that someone else will simply mess up.
It’s being something and creating something in the face of that very thing being undone.
Right now as our world is going through so much, you may see this great being undone as a reason not to lead.
When in fact, it’s when we need your leadership the most.
2 thoughts on “Why I Make My Bed in Hotel Rooms Now”
Appreciate the recommendation. Will try it out.
Who uses hotel rooms ‘now’?
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