What if all you did?

feet on table at fancy hotel
What if you sat around and watched TV every day. The average American spends four hours a day doing this. That’s 28 hours a week. Not quite but close enough, to a second full-time job.

What if this was all you did….

What are you doing today that only you can do?

What would happen if that’s all you did all day, everyday?

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Hurry sickness

stacks of holiday lights
November 9, 2021. Lowe’s Home Improvement store.

Hurry sickness disables your ability to think clearly.

Given the choice, would you want a lifetime of thinking clearly or not thinking clearly?

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Clarity is a Disney leadership strategy

Disney Keynote Speakers
Clarity ideas from yesterday while riding a bike to the bank.

 

 

Clarity is freedom.

Clarity is fuel.

Clarity is power.

 

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We have these moments in life that surprise us at first

Amazon Book pricing
Book price reduction went live yesterday, April 6, 2015. Dropped to $10.99 from $19.99 at author’s request.

 

The following is from two nights ago…decided it is blog worthy today…

Typing this in the dark.

We have these moments in life that surprise us at first but then they don’t.

Lying in bed right now, on this Easter Sunday night, a moment.

And the thing is, our little moments are insignificant to the rest of the world.

But they astonish us.

Six years ago, couldn’t write my way out of a wet paper bag.

But started writing anyway.  And as a result, in just five more days, the 11,000th blog post will go public.

Relish your insignificant moments, because no one else will.

But that doesn’t mean your moment isn’t significant.

It is.

And use your moment to create more moments.

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