Thank you for purchasing, reading, and reviewing Mid Life Celebration

Florida Department of State Division of Corporations
Renewed yesterday, Jan 11. The real MBA comes when you manage your own business administration.


The wait is over. After 46 consecutive five-star reviews, the first non-five star.

Two stars.

Ecstatic to finally get some critical feedback. Seriously. It’s wonderful.

“A very quick read that gets to the heart of mid life. I was a little bothered that the author kept saying ‘you know this.’ All I kept thinking was, then why the heck am I reading this book if I already know it.”

So grateful to the person for investing their money to purchase, investing their time to read and their time to review.

The author could have said in the book, but did’t, that it was written to his young son as a life guide in case something bad ever happened to the dad.

The author (dad) was being intentionally repetitious with the reminder to his son, “You know this.” Yet the dad also is keenly aware of human nature:

To know is to do. To know and not do, is to not yet know.

So grateful. For everything.

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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.


  1. Jeff,

    It sounded like the person who gave that comment did indeed read it, because he/she saw that you repeated that phrase often. The problem is that I don’t know if the person realized that there are a lot of things we hear often and often ignore. That’s why common sense is not that common.


  2. Bob, one of best benefits from the two-star rating was experiencing the rejection that is part of shipping your work. Not everyone will love you. We understand this classroom concept, but experiencing it in real life is wonderful.

    One of the coolest feelings was how the initial (human) reaction was anger and resentment that quickly (within hours) gave way to gratitude, surrender and joy.

    Hard to explain because i’ve never read about it in a text book.

    All feedback is a gift.

    All gifts are meant to help – intentionally or unintentionally.

    Thanks for your support. have an awesome Wednesday.

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