Imagine a great group of coaches. Coaches successful at helping others fix their work culture.
And then ask the coaches if they use the same principles they preach in their own internal work group.
Imagine the response.
The obvious answer is ‘yes, absolutely’. But imagine the obvious answer not being the answer.
Now imagine asking jeff noel if his son has read the book, Mid Life Celebration. It was released eight months ago.
The answer would appear to be obvious.
In both cases, what if the the answer included…
Nothing is as it appears to be. -Albert Einstein
In one case, the results are not intentional.
In the other, leadership is using patience as strength.
jungle jeff always has a camera in his pocket. Always. Well okay, not always. Not while sleeping. Who has pockets while sleeping?
Einstein once said, “Setting an example is not the main means of influencing another, it is the only means.”
Writing as the five-a-day blogger, it is a hope that I may become the change I wish to see in the world.
A camera is a helpful tool to capture thoughts and share them in a different way, a visual way. Expect to see quite a few One-Take-You Tube videos in the next couple days. Carpe diem!
Einstein. Genius, right?
So you might be asking yourself, “What the heck does this jungle jeff guy know about life’s four big decisions”?
“A ton”! This doesn’t make me a genius, but not being a genius doesn’t make me not an expert.
So, however you found jungle jeff and for whatever reason(s) you stay, just want you to know that I am addicted to excellence.
This blog, written by me for me (and my son), may also benefit you.
A word of caution. I do not slow down so that people can keep up. If you are truly interested in excellence, you have to pay attention, a lot.
Ya with me? Carpe diem, jungle jeff 🙂