Who’s the most positive person you know?

Disney shareholder proxy vote
Disney shareholder proxy vote. Voted from my iPhone two day ago. Your vote matters on the questions in today’s posts.



Who’s the most positive person you know?


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The old dog syndrome and the simple secret to overcome it

Rising Sun Motor Inn
The morning walk to breakfast at Rising Sun.


Directions from East Glacier to Waterton
Yesterday’s road trip.


View from St Mary Visitor Center
Beautiful morning in East Glacier, looking west towards Rising Sun.


Chief Mountain
First glimpse of Chief Mountain.


Looking south upon Glacier Park
Looking south upon Glacier Park.


USA and Canada flags


The older you become the more challenging it is to do new things. The antidote, it seems to me, is to substitute quality for quantity.


Note to self for posterity: 08.03 Wednesday…8am drive to Canada/Waterton Park. Chief Mountain. Prince of Wales Hotel. Lunch in Waterton. Saw a bear at Prince of Wales driveway. Dinner at Two Dog Flats. Drove to Two Dog Flats to look for bear. Saw one at 8pm. Good pics.




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On April Fool’s Day 2009, jeff noel began writing five daily, differently-themed blogs (on five different sites). It was to be a 100-day self-imposed “writer’s bootcamp”, in preparation for writing his first book. He hasn’t missed a single day since.


Three groups of people (which group are we?)

t-shirt with the number 1000000000
What if one-million Baby Boomers (of the 78 million) transformed from Mid Life Celebration?


Three groups of people (and we move through all three in our lifetime, yet have a general comfort zone):

  1. optimists
  2. pessimists
  3. fence-sitters (waffle back and forth)

Mid Life Celebration is a book that will have the following fairly predictable outcomes:

  1. optimists – will cheer, take action, and show gratitude
  2. pessimists – will be defensive, angry, and bad mouth
  3. fence sitters – will agree because the truths are self-evident, but won’t do anything

You know, a miracle could happen, and everyone, everywhere would find the message as the right catalyst at the right time.

We can dream can’t we?

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PS. Yes, the tee shirt number is one billion.


The number one reason why people fail in life

sure it's a fancy birdhouse, but it's still a cage

The number one reason why people fail in life? Think about it. We already know the answer because you and I have been doing it all our lives. We quit.

We quit moving forward with our dreams. Instead of quitting, what if we recalculated? You know, adjusted our course, modified the due dates, found creative ways we never dreamed of, and celebrated the journey? What if?

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