Are y’all tired of hearing yet how much I enjoy interviewing people because it always feels like a conversation?

My first scheduled interview with Charlice Noble-Jones didn’t happen because she was tending to the emotional needs of an employee. I loved that she had that priority — people first, then publicity for herself. Once we connected, what a terrific rapport. A woman who was in Downtown Manhattan on Sept. 11, 2001, became a teacher and, most recently, became an entrepreneur when she won a Snap Fitness franchise.

Today’s Game Plan: A Job Worth Dying For?