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The winds of change

Glacier as Winter arrives early.

The winds of change arrive every Autumn.

For a small business entrepreneur, a relentless effort is required to explore, think, and discover a simple revolutionary breakthrough.

Why?

Because revolutionary breakthroughs are what we all crave.

Breakthroughs that move us from complicated and arduous to simple and scalable.

This is my vision quest.

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Disney​ Leadership welcome back

Princesses wear whatever they want. For the record i wear running shoes on Glacier’s trails, not hiking boots.

Disney​ Leadership welcome back.

Who welcomes you back when you’ve been on an extended business trip, especially if you are the CEO of You, Inc?

Trick question.

Like everything else as CEO of You, Inc, it’s your responsibility to make a fuss about your return.

Your calendar is probably packed with administrative responsibilities that have piled up from your home office.

Yes, you can work from anywhere and at anytime, yet your experience doing exactly that has really only been from last Summer and this Summer.

Last year, five weekly trips was a great first attempt to build your structure and process.

This Summer, the three-week and five-week stints stretched you in wonderful ways.

A key Disney leadership best practice is giving promising leaders (at every level) stretch assignments.

Semper gumby, always flexible.

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Glacier Leadership graduation 2019

Goat Mountain on the right as we drove to Jackson Glacier overlook – where Sun Road is closed due to expected snow conditions.
Fusillade Mountain on right horizon.
Through the trees not far from Wild Goose Island overlook.

My oh my, how i have grown.

This five week business trip sets a new record for most time away from home since our wedding 36 years ago.

Note: a 28-day record was set two months ago, also on a Glacier business trip.

The record Disney business trip absence is a nine-day Hawaii trip.

Lessons learned, wisdom gained, and business progress made may or may not be revealed in future posts.

Why?

Today is a long travel day and there hasn’t been enough time today to reflect on everything – the reflection will likely mushroom while walking the flatlands of Walt Disney World in the heat and humidity.

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Double dose of common sense

Big Sky Country. Breath-taking. Electrifying. Simple.

(1) Optimism and (2) putting in the work.

  • Bold and simple.
  • Bold and complicated.

One easily facilitates electricity, one complicates the connection.

Simplicity ignites optimism because simple got it’s name from being easy for most people.

Complicated requires too much effort to operationalize (normalize) into daily habits.

Is it just me or does this make perfect sense for everyone?

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What does it mean to be admirable?

The Morman Temple, Cardston, Canada. Last night.
Cardston High School. Last night, adjacent to the Temple.
Chief Mountain from the highest hill leading from Cardston to the United States.
Canadian Highway 2 turns into US 89 at the Customs Station.
Chief Mountain is the protrusion on the right horizon.

What does it mean to be admirable?

Simple.

Behave admirably.

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