When we moved to Florida and I had my first role with Disney, I worked long hours in an effort to get ahead. My career had always been a driving force. We had three children, a son and twin daughters, who were three years of age or under. With all of our busyness, my wife and I were moving apart in our marriage.
I had just spoken at a Disney Leadership Conference when a young manager walked up to me. He introduced himself and said, "I don't expect that you remember me, but I worked at Epcot. I am a manager today because you gave me a cup of hot chocolate."