Make your best mistake

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There are only a handful of people who’ve been here for all six years.

 

We don’t have to be ordinary.

Make your best mistake.

Then do it again.

And again.

It takes tremendous faith and conviction to believe what we want to happen will happen eventually…

By making enough mistakes, we reach the point of discovering a breakthrough success.

Not only don’t we have to be ordinary, we don’t want to be.

Not anymore.

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Published 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 different sites.

8 replies on “Make your best mistake”

  1. I did. Your passion and commitment has been clear since the beginning. Also, when you began, you had said that DI did not yet have a social media policy. So, it was intriguing to watch you flourish as the structure/rules were established. Obviously, now, post-retirement, it’s a bit of a different story. But it clearly helped to mold things.

  2. Thanks Craig, your take is interesting because so many bloggers start out with passion and commitment.

    With my hand on the Bible, i really didn’t expect to make it to 100 days.

    And in the crazy dream of actually making it to the 100 day goal/finish line, never intended to keep going.

    Never.

  3. I really don’t think I gave it a thought. I was so new to reading blogs that I guess i thought if you wrote, you would probably continue. What I didn’t think is that it would continue on with 5 a day, maybe one a day or one a week, or one occasionally like me :).

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