Quiet Intensity

Sometimes, if not always, it’s incredibly effective to have a role model that practices what is preached. But you already knew that, right?

The other thing that can happen is we get so darn busy that the answers and inspiration we seek are in front of us, yet we push them aside because they don’t look like what we expected or hoped for.

Today is one of those times.

This guy (me), is quietly intense.  And for good reason.  It’s a short message that will help you understand:

  • Why I write five daily blogs
  • Why excuses are lame
  • The secret approach (no one wants to admit)

Additionally, this video will challenge you about your approach, not just for health, but for everything.

Here’s a simple, quick, little test to gauge your determination to transform yourself into a better, more effective adult.

It’s pass or fail.

Ready?

Did you watch the video?

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.

2 replies on “Quiet Intensity”

They told me I was diabetic 6 years ago. They say that’s incurable.
My last A1C test was 6.9. “Normal” is 7.0. That’s called diabetic remission.

I aggressively manage my disease. That means controlling what I eat and how active I am. It’s hard. Too bad. I’ve seen what uncontrolled diabetes can do. Not gonna let that happen to me.

That’s called figuring it out.

Great post, my friend. Keep ’em coming.

Rock on Mike. Give ’em heck.
Your determination is inspiring.
Thank you for adding another log to my fire.
Carpe diem. Stay healthy, have fun!

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