I did a training, or more of a discussion, on the importance of being an example towards others. It went well, really enjoyed it.
There is a good quote that says, "We cannot make others do the right things. We can only show them by our example what doing the right things looks like."
I also tried to discuss how our actions, even the small ones, can have such great impacts on us. I shared a brief story that Gordon B. Hinckley told. He said: "I approached a large farm gate one day. I lifted the latch and opened the gate. The movement at the hinges was so slight as to be scarcely discernible. But the other end of the gate cut a great arc sixteen feet in radius. Looking at the movement of the hinges alone, one would never dream of the magnified action that came as a result of that tiny movement.
We had some guy from Vietnam show up, didn't speak really a lick of English, that was funny. Anyways had some more people show up, too, just a really solid Sabbath Day to say the least, got to have a great interview with President. That man is so amazing, closest person to God, I swear.
I am forever in debt to the scientists who created Advil to relax the head.