Popular metrics don’t work for the majority

Baltimore Hotel on raining morning
Yesterday near sunrise.
College President
College President yesterday welcoming 120 prospective students (and 12 incoming freshman) and roughly 150 parents.

Reminded our Son yesterday that his early decision and acceptance (and incredible merit-based scholarship) in December puts him in a group of less than 10-percent of decisive and less-stressed students (and parents).

We (society) often use popular metrics.

Some High School students never make it in the top 10% of any “normal” and popular metric. This has the potential cumulative effect of inhibiting or eroding self-confidence.

The metric here (this post) is not one that gets talked about, unless you live with me.

Instilling self-confidence should be a top parental priority.

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Inhale creativity

Disney’s Stitch used creatively
For three weeks it has felt like this.

Inhale creativity was presented in the hotel room and a note was made.

Can’t recall where the phrase originated from.

A great reminder for writing things down.

And a great reminder for knowing your purpose.

My purpose is to teach.

Find a million ways to stay focused.

Inhaling creativity helps fuel the million ways.

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If Disney Ran Your Life podcast, season 2

Disney Univeristy
We began with a brief tour.
Website SSL Certificate url
Using iPad and Private Browsing mode has allowed the previous days photos to upload.

Yesterday was such a cool day because we visited all four Walt Disney World Theme Parks, two Disney Resorts, the Disney Casting Center, and Disney University.

Why?

Jody Maberry had this idea that we could record a Podcast season in one day. He arrived on the red-eye flight from Seattle 24 hours ago. By 9:30am we took the top photo.

By 9:30pm, he was back at Lee Cockerell’s home.

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Breaking out the iPads for college road trip

Speaker setup
Two days ago at a local hospital executive TEDx Talk presentation. Wanted to post this photo yesterday but couldn’t.

Breaking out the iPads for college road trip.

Yesterday we had to move everything downstairs because we will be unable to use the stairs until we return.

We’ll shower outside this morning and tomorrow morning too, before ordering a Lyft.

But the big news is in Private mode i am able (today) to post current photos without the JSON error.

Yee-haw!

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