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Life Transition (Dec 2014)

Do we care enough to lead like this?

Trail head closed

 

(photo: yesterday, when the going gets tough…)

When it comes to business, leadership, and profits, could we behave in such a manner:

Live your live so that if someone said anything bad about you, no one would believe it.

Is this possible?

Is it desirable?

Would it transform everything in our life?

Do we care enough?

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Life Transition (Dec 2014)

We know this and respond appropriately

Orlando Based Inspirational Speaker jeff noel

 

(photo: iPhone screen shot… the magic (aka passion) is drained out of us with, “Quit acting like a child… grown up, etc”)

Funny isn’t it, the way we dream of change and yet do the same routine in spite of knowing better?

Can you picture the fictional Ostrich sticking it’s head in the sand in order to hide?

This is (literally) sickening sad to any soul who views their job as art. Who treats creating magic as a privilege.

How can anyone desire this and not take action to not schlug through their day, day after day?

The triumph is in walking away. Walking away from mediocrity and average.

But how does one decide to simply walk away. Easy. Take the risk.

Taking risks is risky.

So is playing it safe.

We know this.

And do nothing.

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Life Transition (Dec 2014)

The Transition (December 2014)

Orlando Executive Coach jeff noel

 

(photo: Top floor, corner office… have had one, officially, since January 1, 2009)

The Transition (December 2014).

It begins today, December 1st.

But it’s been going on for some time.

In fact, for almost six years.

What’s crazier still is that this post isn’t being written in December, it’s being written in August.

This really is the countdown to September 27, 2014.

It marks the official 30 years of service anniversary.

There’s a trophy and a banquet.

That would be really nice.

Since the first week of June the option to retire at any given moment has been available.

The thought of leaving feels like death.

The thought of the new work to be done feels like God’s calling.

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