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Buzz Worthy?

Success can be defined as living intentionally

Success can be defined as living intentionally. You know, thinking about what you want out of life and striving through life’s ups and downs to get it.

It also involves tremendous creativity in handling unplanned surprises, setbacks, and failures.

For instance, someone who devotes great time and attention to eating a balanced diet, exercising regularly, and getting adequate rest will fare much better than someone who lives it up and follows their pleasures.

Throughout life, both people will go through hell because it’s unavoidable.

 

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This website is about our physical health. To easily leave this site to read today’s post on jeff’s spiritual health website, click here.

 

On April Fool’s Day 2009, jeff noel began writing five daily, differently-themed blogs (on five different sites). It was to be a 100-day self-imposed “writer’s bootcamp”, in preparation for writing his first book. He hasn’t missed a single day since.

 

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Disney Employee Culture book

Disney’s success is self-evident and irrefutable

Former Disney Institute Keynote Speaker
Few companies have the public’s trust like Disney.

 

 

You’re going to hire a leadership keynote speaker and you’re entertaining the idea of hiring someone from Disney.

Seems like a no-brainer. Disney. World-class reputation. Leadership drives it all.

Disney is number five on the 2016 Fortune list of most admired companies in the world.

Disney’s success is self-evident and irrefutable.

Right?

So first, if further explanation is necessary…

Disney’s success comes from over-focusing on the same things others under-focus on or ignore.

Need more?

Imagine the expertise from 30 years on the inside, working with everyone from the Chief of Staff to the Cleaning Staff.

The experience from speaking to over one-million people globally for 15 years at Disney Institute.

The depth and breadth from working with 2,000 organizations, in all industry sectors, also while at Disney institute.

What value is it to hire the highest rated, most requested speaker at Disney Institute (from 1999-2014)?

Imagine being able to hear a two-time Walt Disney Lifetime Achievement Award recipient speak simply and profoundly about how Disney architects it’s most important asset, the Disney Company culture.

 

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On April Fool’s Day 2009, jeff noel began writing five daily, differently-themed blogs (on five different sites). It was to be a 100-day self-imposed “writer’s bootcamp”, in preparation for writing his first book. He hasn’t missed a single day since.

 

This website is about our physical health. To easily and safely leave this site to read today’s post on jeff’s spiritual health website, click here.

 

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Common Sense Is Elusive

Each day it’s the same two choices

Toddler chalk art on sidewalk
Photo from three days ago. As kids, walking took too long, so we ran.

 

Each day it’s the same two choices.

  1. Step forward with a healthy conviction about our personal responsibility for being active, eating well, and resting well.
  2. Step back into the (delusional) safety of our comfort zone of apathy, indifference, and excuses.

It really is this simple.

Either choice is sustainable for a lifetime.

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What's Our Obligation?

Final day at Disney will involve a walk through the tunnel

Royal Ranch Estates near Walt Disney World

 

(photo: October 30, 2014… neighbor is a retired High School Art teacher.)

Today her neighbor retires from teaching at Disney Institute.

Running five miles yesterday was huge. Why? Because working hard and preparing for the final week, while savoring it and enjoying it at the same time have, well, has been exceptionally time consuming.

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Common Sense Is Elusive

The quality of our health is dependent on a simple thing

Glacier National Park west side

 

(Photo: the quality of anything depends on time)

The quality of our health is dependent on many things.

Most of all, it’s dependent on us not quitting.

One of the simplest things in life.

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