Book Publishing

The word Disney is not mentioned once

Public hallway at Disney
Public hallway at Disney


This morning, the first post sharing the news.

(sure it happened 100 days ago. And yes, no one blogs like this. Blah, blah, blah, right?)

Has anyone ever worked – say 34 years – for a moment to finally say, it’s done. It’s available online?

The word Disney is not mentioned once.

No reference whatsoever.

The most under rated piece of peace of mind that could ever be placed in a book is what I was able to leave out.

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Could This Change Your Life?

Painfully Simple: Everyday Or Not At All

Captiva Island, Florida general store, 2010….

When you tell me to stop, I’ll stop. Until then, here’s another example of leadership behavior – dreaming of a brighter future.

There are painful times in our lives when we must swallow a bitter pill – the truth.

Bottom line, I had two choices when it came to drinking, everyday, or not at all. December 30, 2001 was the last time.

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It's Not Over Rated

3 Things My Friend Looks For

He’s also an expert at Time Management…

He looks for 3 things. Skill, attitude and passion.

That would be my friend, Lee Cockerell.

Okay, got the attitude and passion down cold.

If focus, discipline and purpose were rolled together into a single skill, then it looks like 3 for 3.

Do you have tactics for pressing on, no matter the obstacles? You should. Blogging is the best one for me. You just witnessed real life in real time, and may not have even known.

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Do Not Collect

What Time Is It?

For many, including me, the traditional work day is over. That’s what time it is. Quitting time.

Did you give 110% today, even though it was Friday and you no doubt had a very long, trying week?

If you do not love what you do, you most likely didn’t give 100%, let alone anything extra.

What time is it?

Time for your employer to find your replacement?

You Like To Fail, Don’t You?

Failure Is Not An Option
Failure Is Not An Option

Tony Morgan.  Never heard of him until a few months ago.  A LinkedIn network update led me to a top ten article.

To read the top ten reasons why you and I will most likely fail at anything, click here.

Tony Morgan’s list isn’t anything new.  Heck, there’s hardly anything that’s ever really new. However, one of the great, underrated keys to success is repetition.

Let me say that again, repetition. Ya with me?