Slow down to speed up

Once in a lifetime sighting that lasted 30 minutes.

How is it possible to gain speed by slowing down?

You either know this concept first-hand or you don’t.

Even knowing it first-hand doesn’t guarantee you’ll embrace slowing down as a go-to tactic when faced with an unpredictable future.

The world is full of examples where rushing through life is a painful way to learn.

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People need to know as much as possible, but

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Less than 48 hours ago, i had the privilege and honor of being asked to fill in due to extenuating circumstances.


In marketing yourself  your business, people need to know as much as possible, but you have only a few more characters than a Twitter update…

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After spending a lifetime at Disney, Jeff Noel retired in 2014 to give speeches and do business advising for organizations that want to change the world. While at Disney Institute, Jeff worked with many of the world’s most admired brands to help them change the things they thought they could not change.




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Never direct anger or impatience at your waiter

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Never direct anger or impatience at your waiter.


Because they can spit in your food, or worse, and you’ll never know.

Now, what’s the leadership analogy?

At any level in your organization, from CEO to front line leader, if you’re a jerk (even unknowingly) to your people, they will do the equivalent to spitting in your food.

You’ll never know and the joke will be on you and it will manifest itself in your organization’s culture – and you’ll never know why you can’t fix it.

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