Think.  Think Tank.  Think it over. Think before you act.

Think things through.  What will people think?  I can’t think.

What would your parents think?  No time to think.

Think before you speak.  Think you know it all, don’t you?

  1. Make yourself think
  2. I challenge you to think
  3. Do you demand yourself to think?
  4. Do you demand others to think?

When we are aware of the reasons why we don’t think -which causes us to slowly start to wither as a vibrant, inspired individual – we have the opportunity to really do something about it.  You know, to reverse it.

But that might be too hard for you, I think.

I mean, what do you think?

Hell Heck yes it’s difficult.  Why the hell heck do you think so few people have the guts to change anything, let alone change themselves.

PS.  This is the conversation I just had with myself. This happens all day, everyday.  My mind is a battlefield of what I want to do, should do, and actually do.  I think.

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. Why do you ~ THINK ~ so few people comment?
    Are they scared?
    Do they not want to be the first?
    Do they not feel they know you well enough?
    Do they feel they have nothing meaningful to say?
    Are they not finding your blog?
    Are they afraid of comments living on the internet for eternity?
    Are they too busy?
    Are they too lazy?
    On and on and on….
    Although I THINK it is a little of all these things, I also THINK it should not be about ANY of these things.

    An occasional nice comment back just lets the blogger know that people are out there actually taking the time to read, gives a speck of meaning to their blogging efforts, and helps put positive energy into the universe. I ~ THINK ~ that is a good thing.

  2. Donna, I think you hit the nail on the head, as they say. You are very kind to write encouraging comments. Thank you.

    Donna, you may have even been the first, back when I didn’t know much about website traffic statistics.

    Your comment helped me know the blog was helpful, which is the intent.

    In the past week, I’ve come to realize that writing comments is hard. I absolutely love Seth Godin’s blog and read it everyday. I have never written a comment.

    Mostly because I’m very busy. So I will probably not encourage comments anymore. If they happen, great. I think. 🙂

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