i have to laugh

Disney Institute speakers
Found this on a Google Search for Disney Institute. The first 6 years of daily writing, i worked and traveled full-time for Disney Institute. How was that possible?

 

i have to laugh.

@

myself.

Who wakes up at 5:00AM (sometimes earlier, if traveling) every morning and spends the next two hours writing?

And who does this morning ritual for over 3,000 consecutive days?

i’ll tell you who.

A freak.

And who says a mid-life crisis should be celebrated?

Same freak.

(me, right now, giggling)

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November 30th meet December 30

First principles thinking
First principle, without any help from Elon Musk – Think For Yourself.

 

 

November 30th meet December 30?

i love writing in such a way that there is no pressure on me to write to please others.

i used to worry about writing ahead – not posting live, but posting in the future. Kinda the way many television shows are recorded and then aired later.

Stumbled upon it on a 14-hour flight for a Disney Institute engagement because i was worried i wouldn’t have time the next morning to write.

Had just learned how to schedule a post to publish on a future date. In preparation for this trip, i wrote a post while still in Orlando for the morning i was worried about.

As luck would have it, my fear never happened and i wrote that morning, 14-hours from Orlando.

This meant i now had a surplus of five posts (one day’s worth).

Bottomline: i’m currently writing 30 days out  – in this case,  30 days before New Year’s Eve.

So i’m thinking about the ineffectiveness of resolutions.

i’m also thinking about how December 30, 2001 was the last day i drank alcohol.

Turns out, for determined people, you figure out how to conquer your fears and follow your dreams – no matter what day you decide to commit.

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Wrote 28k words last week according to Grammarly

Disney business books authors
Behind the scenes, work is quietly and steadily being done.

 

Writing changes people.

Only people who write daily understand this.

Wish i could impart the wisdom to everyone who isn’t prepared to do the work.

What a fantasy, right?

Start writing a little bit every day.

If you really want to live on the edge, publish every day.

Show the world what you believe in.

And be prepared for no one to care.

Be prepared for deafening silence.

And keep writing anyway.

It will either turn out worse than you expected or much better than you expected.

Sorry, but i’m not able to predict your results.

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Life would be easier if i didn’t write every morning

 

Life would be easier if i didn’t write for two hours every morning.

i think about the effort and commitment that happens every day, without fail.

These thoughts are especially strong when there’s more on my plate than is comfortable.

Take right now for example.

It would be so easy to not write (for two hours).

So easy.

Literally a no-brainer.

But i write instead.

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Disney Business Book writing update

Disney Business author
Last week’s stats. Plus a book writing update…

 

Today is Day 223 of a 365 epic Disney Business Book writing challenge.

Can a Disney expert write seven Disney Business books in one year?

The answer lies in something Walt Disney said…

“It’s kind of fun to do the impossible.”

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