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Mickey Mouse shape in midwestern farm field from 35k feet


(photo: Mickey Mouse from 35k feet?)

We see what we want to see.

We pay attention to things that are important.

Which helps us see even more of what we want to see.

Even when we are not trying.

Imagine what an Orlando based Motivational Speaker sees, without even trying.

It’s crazy.

Annoys the hell out of some people.

Inspires the heck out of others.

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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. Jeff,

    You are right – but that is why some people get it and realize they are in need of your services. They need someone else from the outside to see what they can’t or won’t while standing in the midst of it.

    Keep on keeping on!!!!


  2. Being a fanatic about finding hidden Mickeys and making them I can identify with this post. However, taking the time to ponder beyond the image has led me to a question that I cannot quite answer yet. What is there about the brand that is so different than others that motivate people to search for these and create them? I just do not see it with other brands.

  3. David, part of the answer lies in not only knowing your customer, but in understanding them. Sound familiar? 🙂

    There are other brands that have similar customer obsessions. The way Apple fans line up for hours (or longer) to get the latest release.

    The way some sports fans paint their faces, wear the team gear, etc.

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