Can’t get enough mentally

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Dream of shedding negativity.

Can’t get enough mentally.

There is no bar too high for your growth mindset.

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Life is a mental gamble

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Hotel ironing board with positive messages. Amen for positive messages.

Life is a gamble.

Dear attitude,

Praying that as you read this today, you know that i now know things that should break my spirit and my motivation.

And just like the Ukrainian people, knowing these things crystal clearly now, actually does the opposite of breaking a person’s spirit.

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When you can’t compete

small box of Disney trinkets
When you send a thank you to a team, send a diverse offering of goodies.

When you can’t compete on traditional criteria, break the rules.

Make your own set of rules.

Keep them to yourself.

Insight: Surprising your competition is your only hope if you can’t compete in traditional ways. How cool and exciting is that?

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Back in the day

Walt Disney at a tropical location
Some of Walt’s inspiration for his World-Famous Jungle Cruise Attraction came from real life adventures.

Back in the day, i used to be a Skipper on Disney’s World-Famous Jungle Cruise Attraction.

Back in the day i used to wear a crucifix.

Back in the day i used to smoke cigarettes.

Back in the day, i never dreamed of being a writer or a professional speaker.

Back in Washington State, we dreamed of living just five minutes from Walt Disney World.

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What if all you did?

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What if you sat around and watched TV every day. The average American spends four hours a day doing this. That’s 28 hours a week. Not quite but close enough, to a second full-time job.

What if this was all you did….

What are you doing today that only you can do?

What would happen if that’s all you did all day, everyday?

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