What are you afraid of?

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What are you afraid of?

Why are you afraid of it?

What are you doing to address it?

 

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Which came first?

Disney Keynote Speaker
Yesterday, in Orlando at corporate headquarters, in a class where every employee wore one of these.

 

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One of my first culture immersion clients in Orlando.

 

Which came first, the workbook, or the employee heart name bag holder?

You can decide.

 

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Happy first day of High School senior year

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Yesterday on Twitter, a former Disney Institute leader who taught me about facilitation (vs presentation).

 

Happy first day of High School senior year.

Positive thinking isn’t taught in schools.

It’s something you learn from other places.

Frequent those places.

Be greedy.

Let your life be your report card.

 

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Don’t let anyone tell you life isn’t fair

Many Glacier at sunrise
Many Glacier at sunrise. Our Red Bus Jammer gave us this photo she took one glorious morning.

Life isn’t fair, but it’s still good.  – conventional wisdom

 

To which i say, “Life IS fair. It’s unfair to everyone.”

The sooner you stop thinking others are luckier, smarter, richer, or wiser, the sooner you can get on with the hard work at hand.

The work you are meant to do.

The hardest part of your work is finding the work you love to do – the work that brings meaning and purpose to your life.

And just because others go their whole lives never committing doesn’t mean you have to settle.

 

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If there were only six months left to live

solar charger
Yesterday, experimenting with a potential improvement for Glacier National Park. This solar charger would fill the void for the lack of electricity at Granite Park Chalet.

 

If there were only six months left to live would you continue to make small daily improvements?

Asking you this under the assumption you already have the daily habit of small, daily improvement deeply ingrained. Safe to assume?

It’s so easy to dismiss the daily value of making slightly better choices.

  1. Sticking with the basics is not impressive.
  2. Being in love with boredom is not compelling.
  3. Getting a fraction better isn’t going to be newsworthy.

So let’s say you have decades to live, would you focus on daily incremental improvement? Remember items 1-3?

 

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