Diversity of perspective is a core Disney value. i use it in my personal life with the same enthusiasm and expectation.
Be open to many points of view.
Be open to many belief systems.
Embrace our inalienable right to personal freedom of choice.
And this is huge…
Whatever it is that you believe in, believe in it with everything you’ve got.
It may take years, decades even, to hone your convictions – never tire in your journey.
Enjoy the ride.
And keep an eye on the clock.
PS. i personally believe that our body is the temple housing everything keeping us alive. To do anything that inhibits, obstructs, or destroys my temple should be corrected as soon as possible.
No one is a saint. No one is perfect. But all of us have the choice to pursue excellence.
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Day to day time pressures reveal two things about our wellness:
What we believe
How much we believe it
This can be a painful realization that the voices inside our head are feeding lies to our soul (which impacts our physical health). At least it was like that for me when i started spending more time in self-reflection (1999).
Here’s to hoping you’re feeling great about your first thoughts and if you’re not, please forgive yourself. You deserve forgiveness. We all do. And it starts with us forgiving ourselves.
And maybe forever.
The long way is the shortcut.
This was 2009, now our Son is almost as tall as me
If someone asked us these questions, would we be happy with our answers? Do we exercise regularly? How long has it been like that?
You know, I don’t ask these types of questions to stimulate our guilt, but rather to stimulate our conviction.
The photo was taken moments before driving to the airport. After
a decade of slow and steady exercise, I astonishingly represented the USA at the Masters Track & Field World Championships in Finland.
And now in 2013,
14 years after reCommitting to health, I’m still running.
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