All or nothing

Personal triumph
Not quite to the two mile mark, he’s (left) trailing a teammate (upper right) by roughly 200 meters.


The all-or-nothing scenario faces most of us every day. And often, all day.

It can be challenging (ok, more like impossible) to deliver at a high level all the time.

At Disney, however, we believe this culture of excellence can (and must) be architected with intentional structure and processes – to facilitate exactly that – high performance, all day, every day.

Was inspired by a 10th grader smashing his season (and lifetime) best 5k personal record by 3-minutes and 20-seconds.

Unless you’re the boy or his parents (and maybe his coaches) the obvious question is, “So what?”

So what does this mean to any of us and our continuous challenge to raise, at every level in our organization, every employee’s willingness to accept and deliver at an exceptional level all day, every day?


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By jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five interconnected sites.