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This Is Just For Me

Dreams, risk, failure, growth

Mid Life Celebration art 2008
Circa 2008. First business logo sketch. Originally, only four themes were created: mind, body, spirit, work. The colors; grey matter, brown as median skin color, red for blood, and green for USA dollars.

Dreams require risks. Risks require failure. Failure enables growth. Growth enables dreams.

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It's All We Have

How to dream

Dream like nothing’s impossible.

Why?

It’s contagious.

Also contagious is not dreaming big dreams.

Sometimes what helps us most is the thing we discount in importance.

It’s like this: An object in motion tends to stay in motion and an object at rest tends to stay at rest.

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Rethink

Never do this

Disney Institute Keynote Speaker
Simple, key, repeatable message.

 

Never let your memories be bigger than your dreams.

 

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Rethink

Memories naturally compete with dreams

Disney Institute Keynote Speaker
Disney has influenced everything i do in my personal life.

 

Memories naturally compete with dreams.

Knowing this, you can be more intentional with the value you place on memories.

Same goes for the value you place on your dreams.

 

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Disney Leadership Book

Who’s stopping you?

fallen trees on a trail
Yesterday. The shortcut to the grocery store. These obstacles were easy to overcome.

 

Arnold Schwarzenegger speech
The long way is the short cut.

 

Arnold Schwarzenegger speech
Stumbled upon this video last night while on LinkedIn.

 

Arnold Schwarzenegger speech
The scary question is, “How hard is hard enough?”

 

Who’s stopping you?

More precisely, “Who’s stopping you from becoming what you want to become?”

 

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