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“My seat no is 1-D”

posted on December 24th, 2017
This is what my old friend said to me. We met at the airport, we were travelling in the same flight. I had booked an economy ticket. I tried for a free upgrade but my points were not enough. I did want to spend more time with him in the flight. My seat was 28-D. I started to think about the possibilities. As we chatted over coffee & moved to boarding. I realised I could not locate my boarding pass. The first time I lost it in so many years, probably got lost in my conversations with my friend. Thankfully the airlines helped me get a duplicate boarding pass. As I reached in time for the boarding, my friend checked the boarding pass just to make sure everything was right 🙂 “Hey your seat no is 2-D. They have upgraded you” he said.I looked at it again, wow they had upgraded me, probably because of a full flight.I was not surprised at the power of intent. But at the Power of Possibilities (POP)!Are you using POP? Dr. Richard Claydon will be in Bangalore to talk on “Alcoholic Leadership” on Jan 19. To join/partner connect with Aishwarya sathyanarayananTo attend our storytelling workshops in mumbai talk to Madhuvizhi JeyakumaranLets meet at Linkedin Local Gurgaon Jan 21 RSVP Preeti Chaudharypowerofpossibilities