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Quotable

Leading in turbulent times

GNP.

The greatest danger in times of turbulence is not the turbulence – it is to act with yesterday’s logic.

Peter Drucker

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What Are You Waiting For?

Sell me on why your waiting is genius

wisdom
We lie to ourselves all the time.

 

Sell me on why you think waiting is your genius move.

 

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What Are You Waiting For?

Celebration or Crisis? A choice each of us gets to make.

Midlife Celebration book at Disneyland Town Square
Celebration or Crisis? A choice each of us gets to make.

 

It’s currently incomprehensible that a single day could begin without private, quiet contemplative time before the sun comes up.

This truly has been a game changing discovery.

And life changing habit.

It requires giving up a few things:

  • watching TV
  • staying up late

The harsh reality is life requires commitment and decisiveness.

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Common Sense

jeff noel, The Blog Whisperer, Discovered Quickly That Google Says He’s Not The Creator

Writing and touching lives go hand in hand

Yesterday, jeff noel, The Blog Whisperer, discovered through Google that “writer’s high” is not his original creation. Know how this makes jeff noel feel? No difference whatsoever. noel learned long ago to separate his ideas from his identity. What he can’t separate is his writing from his daily activities.

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Common Sense

Sometimes, jeff noel, The Blog Whisperer, Gets Writer’s High

Some things are hard to explain (like this Suomi ski lift "chair")

jeff noel, America’s Work Life Balance expert, has writer’s high this morning. It’s similar to runner’s high. But very different from drug-induced highs (smirk). It’s a feeling (in running, and in writing) where the participant gets lost in the rhythm of the activity and reaches a place were the motions are effortless and pleasurable.

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