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What's Our Obligation?

Great comeback week

Glacier Red Bus Tour
Zooming out from previous photo. Context for location and customer experience.

Great comeback week.

Three 80+ minute workouts this week.

All three included 15 minutes of cool down stretching.

While remaining flexible over the years, flexibility has received the least amount of focus in recent years.

Like the three little pigs, there are four layers:

  1. Inflexible
  2. Barely flexible
  3. Moderately flexible
  4. Excellently flexible

Additional analogies…

Poverty, lower class, middle class, upper class.

Clueless, beginner, moderate, expert.

Covid-19.

Our preparation and tolerance for the unexpected is being revealed as we speak.

Congrats on earning an A+.

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Ever Think Like This?

Be prepared

rainy day at college
Cold, rainy day yesterday. The rain stopped during our 30-minute walk to the theater.

Be prepared for whatever weather comes your way.

When you travel this is challenging because the weather you face may be an anomaly.

Bottomline, wherever you live, weather should literally never be an issue for your activity level.

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Looking For Creative Ideas?

Structured and unstructured exercise

home security camera view
Serendipitously captured in the moment, recording “If Disney Ran Your Life” with Jody Maberry.

Structured and unstructured exercise is a great way to have something predictable planned and to have some things just morph into a lifestyle change.

Riding a bicycle to the post office, dentist, or grocery store is a great alternative to driving.

Waking to dinner is another.

Be disciplined for the structured part and be present for the other stuff.

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Disney Employee Culture book

Disney’s backstage is not only a physical space

The Incredibles on vacation
Brochure in our Disney Cruise Line stateroom last Summer.

Disney’s backstage is not only a physical space, it’s also a psychological space.

It’s a place where you can mentally take a break, not just physically.

Without a cultural place to decompress and checkout, employees (Cast Members) would be left with only one option – decompress and checkout onstage.

Try to imagine.

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Whistle ​while you work

Downtown Orlando
Downtown Orlando yesterday.
eat more ice cream sign
What the sign really says is, “We want to increase our revenue and the only way to do that is if you buy more stuff, more often.”

Whistle while you work.

The obvious opportunity of city life is that most everything is within walking distance.

We have walked many miles in the past 48 hours.

More miles than we walk at home.

At home, from a time-required perspective, things are close for biking or walking.

To save time, we bike rather than walk to the grocery, doctor, restaurant, and other assorted services. Biking is simply much faster.

PS. From home, i personally walk 4 miles roundtrip to the gym every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday because i’m giving my running legs a multi-year break. The gym’s shortest route is 1.5 miles, so i cut through a few subdivisions to add an extra mile roundtrip. The longer route also keeps me away from the “Disney Parkway” heavy traffic noise.

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