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Intentionally slowing down so you can intentionally speed up

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Hello yellow. We missed you during the Summer, but knew you’d arrive when you were ready.

 

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Fall in Glacier isn’t just about yellow.

 

Grizzly Bear
Last September. Closer than recommended. Felt entirely safe though.

 

Going to The Sun Mountain
Going to The Sun Mountain …late September and a reminder Winter is nearing in the higher elevations.

 

Disney Keynote Speakers
Disney people are often fanatical. Going to the Sun Mountain in the background.

 

Glacier National Park in Fall
Near Two Dog Flats on the East side.

 

Glacier National Park in Fall
Approaching Rising Sun Motor Inn on the East side.

 

Glacier National Park in Fall
Close up. Invading personal space?

 

Glacier National Park in Fall
Highline Trail.

 

Glacier National Park in Fall
Highline Trail.

 

Glacier National Park in Fall
Just a moment in time while driving. Passed zero cars in one hour.

 

Glacier National Park in Fall
Looking across Lake McDonald from The Boathouse.

 

Knowing how to slow down so you can speed up is an art not a science.

The only science i can discern is this…

Slowing down is essential to progress.

Intentionally slowing down always provides a lesson, an insight, an ah-ha or even an epiphany.

Rushing too fast and those opportunities are merely a blur, never to be seen again.

 

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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.