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jeff noel’s Epiphany Moment

The odds of failure increase the higher you reach…

jeff noel’s epiphany moment came when I realized how much room there is for failure when you wait until the day of to write five new, fresh, original blog posts.

Here’s the blogging insight: Readers can’t comprehend (because they really don’t care) the creative effort, inspired energy, and passionate commitment it takes to do something no one else on the Internet is doing.

It takes many years to become an overnight success. Only those with a clear, concise and compelling vision will break through to the tipping point.

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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 different sites.

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Here’s the blogging insight: Readers can’t comprehend (because they really don’t care) the creative effort, inspired energy, and passionate commitment it takes to do something no one else on the Internet is doing.

Jeff, let’s pull the thread….so what? You know what it takes. Why aren’t others doing it? Should it be done? In time we will all look back and say, “Wow, I’m glad Jeff did this because…..?”

You don’t have to answer here….food for thought for future blogs.

Happy Monday my friend.

Skip, I often think (write) out loud. So when you see, “they don’t care”, it’s meant metaphorically that they appreciate it, but aren’t consciously considering any effort from the writer.

The same can be said for any “artist”, anyone who produces something that people experience. Like hip replacement surgeons and parts manufacturers.

Wanna know a little secret? The person who most appreciates the effort and the personal impact from the 735-day straight writing journey? Yours truly. 🙂

Happy Monday back at cha!

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