Answer To A Simple Question

Time For A Change
Time For A Change

What do you do?, the person you just met asks.

And you say (fill in the blank) _______.

A variety of reasons should prompt us to rethink the traditional 30-second elevator speech and our tag line(s).

Is this a work in progress for you as well? Care to share yours?

Here is the short list:

I’m the Blog Whisperer, whispering to the world, “Live, before you die.”

I’m the Blog Whisperer, whispering to you, “Live, before you die”.

Changing the world with a single whisper, “Live, before you die”.

Changing the world, one whisper at a time, “Live, before you die”.

Changing the world, one whisper at a time.

Transforming lives, one whisper at a time.

I wake up, write five different blogs, whispering to the world, “Live, before you die”.

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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. When I moved to Atlanta in 1983 for a job in the theme park industry, my first apartment was in a complex called Whisperwood. It was quiet and it captured our attention.

    When my quartets have been coached over the years, we were taught how to get the attention of the audience by singing softly. . . the whisper technique.

    And now you come along reminding me you only need to whisper to get your message across.

    I have to work on my answer. Not sure what to say.

  2. David, thank you for your message. Great encouragement (it doesn’t take muck to encourage others) at the perfect time.

    If you want to get someone’s attention, “Whisper”.

    Keep thinking about your answer. It will literally boost your confidence ten-fold. Well, at least double it. But maybe 10-fold (like it has for me, and I’m not even finished with the process).

    The other thing your answer search will do for you is help you understand exactly what it is you are trying to accomplish.

    Because if you can’t explain it to yourself, no one else will understand it either.

    You ROCK for being so supportive.

    Others out there reading this, you rock too, in a different, hopeful kind of way.

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