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Would Your Life Change?

Why didn’t we make more mistakes?

Apple Forbes Most Admired Company
Eight consecutive years as Most Admired Company.

 

Why didn’t we make more mistakes?

What’s stopping us from picking up where we left off?

Steve Jobs, who would have been 60 tomorrow (February 24, 2015), made so many mistakes, Apple asked him to leave. He later came back and the rest is history.

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Reprioritize

With dreams, how long is reasonable?

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Donna Flanagin makes these and gives them away.

 

What is a reasonable number of days to put our dreams on hold?

Seriously, do you think about this all the time?

When our answer becomes a passionate “yes”, transformation takes root.

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Retirement Tips

Just follow the template handed down to you

Orlando Professional Keynote Speakers

 

(photo: Orlando sky writer yesterday.)

Us and our future. Who’s in charge of granting us permission to break free from conformity and live like we mean it?

Better to just follow the template handed down to you?

The one that promises freedom to retire when you reach a milestone age and then you can live the American dream.

Just stay on the path long enough and you’ll eventually make it all the way to the front of the line.

You’ll be next. It will be your turn to enjoy the good life of retirement.

Right?

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1st month of retirement

Midlife wakeup calls

Midlife wakeup calls

 

(photo: Days ago, at a red light… wondering if it’s a false alarm, knowing it may not be.)

The beautiful thing about being mindful and intentional with balanced life choices is that it prepares us for the inevitable.

Being prepared is much better than being unprepared.

The inevitable IS going to happen.

Find solace in getting your affairs in order.

And enjoy the freedom to truly live like you mean it.

No regrets.

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PS. Two more days left in the first month of retirement. 🙂

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1st month of retirement

Are we suffering from midlife dream depression?

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(photo: A dream.. name up in lights?)

Are we suffering from midlife dream depression?

Before you even think about clicking, know it’s a really long text.

The Doctrine of the Strenuous Life by Teddy Roosevelt.

Here’s jeff noel’s short and pithy summary:

Reach higher, care more, think deeper, and worker harder than those who have given up on their dreams.

Everybody good?

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