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We Ran Through Windermere, Where Tiger Lives
We Ran Through Windermere, Where Tiger Lives

One of the challenges with our business world is that the people who are capable of decision making are not capable of keeping up with technology. Many reasons for this, and it really doesn’t even matter.

Yet the people who keep up with technology and understand it’s potential, particularly with social media, are not in decision-making positions.

This forms an unfortunate paradox.

Every once in a while there are exceptions to the rule. I planted a seed with a fellow midlife runner on our Saturday run. Not sure he got it. Or that he can even remotely consider it.

Sooner, rather than later, this will create an opportunity point. Or not. And so it goes. Life. Hard decision. Risks. Boundary pushing.

But the potential rewards are enormous. Gigantic.

This is one of my favorite things about running. And about life.

And We Saw This
And We Saw This
And This
And This

By jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five interconnected sites.


  1. I really appreciate the fact that you take most, if not all the pics you use in your five daily blogs. It adds more depth of meaning and realism to the personalities of each blog entry. I’m sure they also provide you with some of the inspiration for your blogs.

    Hope you enjoyed #51 today!

  2. David, thank you. I do take every photo, for the very reasons you state, but also for one bigger reason – I love photography and always have.
    Have had a Sony Cybershot camera in my pocket every day for the past 9.8 years, since the day our son was born.
    What has also happened is what you said, it adds depth of meaning and realism.
    You know, the camera came decades before the blogging.
    And I also noticed no other blogger was doing it. So what came natural was invisible to the rest.

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