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We know this. And it applies to each of us, no matter our job or passion.

What’s the single biggest reason people get better at something? They try to get better. And try, and try, and try. Seriously, played around with different versions of a LinkedIn profile. Decided to save the drafts here before deleting them and starting over.

Don’t expect anyone to read them, just sharing the work in real time.

Revised LinkedIn profile Thanksgiving Day morning (11.28.13)… (third revision in 12 hours)…

Author of the brand new book that will put a dent in the Baby Boomer Universe, debuting Thanksgiving Day 2013. (To be crystal clear, the book is not about Disney, nor endorsed by Disney)

International professional speaker to a million people.

Bottom line, my goal is to see you reach yours.

I give speeches to change the world.

Never giving the same speech twice.

Transforming things using paradox, questions, and common sense.

Servant, husband, dad, son, brother, uncle, neighbor, leader, author, speaker, runner.

Aggressively unfancy.

I believe work is only work if you’d rather be doing something else, and that the work day begins the night before. Can’t wait for the alarm clock to go off every morning.

Allergic to most pollens, whiners, and mediocrity.

To be crystal clear (again) and not blur any lines, I speak full time for DisneyInstitute.com and entirely separately and entrepreneurially for MidLifeCelebration.com (the content is entirely different, completely separate, and never, ever interchangeable).

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It’s prudent to note that social media is embraced by great organizations. Why? Because customers have embraced social media, and great companies (large or small) embrace what the customer embraces.

Google destroys any notion of privacy. Authenticity is the new currency. Live your life so that if someone ever said anything bad about you, no one would believe it.

Live like you mean it.

Sooner or later it becomes crystal clear, life is not a dress rehearsal.

A thinker must think. A writer must write.

We know this. And it applies to each of us, no matter our job or passion.

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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.