Not sure if there’s any point in starting an 11th year of daily prolific blog writing.
Two mornings from now, that will be one of two options. The other option is to stop writing five daily, differently-themed blog posts.
What’s the point of continuing?
The cumulative effort from a decade of five-a-day blogging (minimum) has resulted in having written over 2,000 more blog posts than the current posted world record for the number of blog posts written by a single (professional) author.
As the trusted, authoritative voice on the Disney approach to business excellence, jeff noel uses Disney’s common sense business insights and personal Disney examples from his 30 years delivering and teaching the Disney Magic at Walt Disney World and around the globe. jeff excites and challenges individuals and organizations to enhance their own unique brand of organizational vibrancy by using Disney’s cultural blueprints as their guide.
For over three decades, jeff noel has inspired countless leaders and thousands of companies to discover ways to transformationally impact their corporate culture and the people they serve. He motivates others through engaging immersion in the five-category leadership chain of excellence. Unique to jeff is the opportunity to learn from his powerful backstage research, and understand first-hand how Disney strategies and tactics are “operationalized” for daily business excellence. Leaders walk away understanding how jeff’s content architecture can be adapted and applied to any employee at any level, and any company, in any industry.
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This website is about our WORK. To ponder today’s post about our HQ, click here.
Five-a-Day for 87 months without missing a single day, part 4. Five-a-Day for 87 months without missing a single day.
This website is about our career health. To leave this site to read today’s post on my home health website, click here.
On April Fool’s Day 2009, jeff noel began writing five daily, differently-themed blogs (on five different sites). It was to be a 100-day self-imposed “writer’s bootcamp”, in preparation for writing his first book. He hasn’t missed a single day since.