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Joy In Your Spirit

Stunningly beautiful attitude

The Season mysteriously appeared. Thankful for that. Hoping episode numbers fall into place as well.

Stunningly beautiful attitude.

What a gift.

Enjoy it to the fullest.

Daily.

Right now, especially, in this very moment.

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Entrepreneurship

Spoonful of attitude

Cheryl was on the launch team.

Just a spoonful of attitude helps the medicine go down.

Now imagine what a bucketful of positive attitude can help with.

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Simplicity

OQP Mental

For my podcast, If Disney Ran Your Life, picked the category business with the subcategory Entrepreneurship.

OQP mental.

What?

Only Quality People, mentally.

High quality mental attitudes breath life, love, humility, optimism, and joy on you, around you and into you.

Low quality mental attitudes obviously can’t compete. Poison does not breath life.

HT (hat tip): Les Brown for OQP.

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If

Gratitude is attitude

Family.

Gratitude is attitude.

If you began writing (typing) a list of all the things you are grateful for, it is quite possible that you might never stop writing.

When i try to imagine being grateful yet having a poor attitude, i can’t.

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Entrepreneurship

Tis the business deal season

What’s in the box?

Today’s five (short and pithy?) riffs revolve around a business deal.

Think of the biggest deal you’ve ever made and then image it compounded by being exceptionally bigger.

Two days ago, i was ready to walk away.

Too much stress.

Too little perceived trust.

Not enough perceived commitment from the buyer.

Not enough fun for me.

Yet enough potential to change an industry.

It was the serendipitous breakfast conversation that illuminated a new way of thinking about the mess challenge.

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