The Movement

Do you remember one of the most exciting times of your youth?

Disney trading pins
Catch the two words at the top? (authentic, original – talk about timing from a random photo)


Do you remember one of the most exciting times of your youth? The anticipation of something that you knew would be mind-blowing, challenging, and spectacular?

Do those feelings ever return for an encore?

Praying it is so for you.

Yesterday made the first official call to learn about more structured planning for the future. Our attitude is what determines whether we think 10 years out is too soon to start planning.

Hoping incredible youthful feelings return for an encore.

It’s our responsibility.

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One Question A Day?

How bad do we want a good attitude?

Central Florida sunset near Walt Disney World
The work day begins the night before


How bad do we want a good attitude?

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Boundarylessness Thanks

Read this carefully, Boundary-less-ness.

Pretty cool.  Saw it engraved on a trophy at somebody’s desk a few days ago.

Clever, isn’t it, to engrave it on a bronze plate and put it on a trophy? No boundaries.  No limits. Nice reminder.

However, it doesn’t seem worth the effort to try something without limits, simply because it’s probably, if not entirely, impossible.

Why waste time on something that can’t be done?

But thankfulness, now that’s a completely different story. Anyone can give thanks.  For anything.

There is never a point where we can’t go farther with our thankfulness. Ever.  If you challenge this, I’ll challenge you. You see, every day you wake and try to tell me I’m wrong, is one more thing you can be thankful for – breathe in your nostrils and the ability to make a choice.

Self Control (Impossible?)

Ignorance In Action

“Nothing is more terrible than ignorance in action”.Goethe

What does this mean exactly?  Perhaps it is as simple as this:

“The unexamined life is not worth living”.   — Socrates

We get one passage here on Earth.  Let’s make it a good one.