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No rest for the weary actually means these two things

World cities signs on a pole along Hana Road
Traveling for a living takes stamina and flexibility

 

No rest for the weary actually means these two things:

  1. It’s nearly impossible to keep up with everything
  2. But we must do it anyway

The administrative work we do goes unnoticed. Take solace knowing we’re all in the same boat.

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Anyone Else Think Like This?

The spiritual connotation of going the extra inch is business at it’s best

 

White Lab at attention on Florida pool deck
First photo of Cooper on my return – he is keenly tuned into smells and sounds

 

The spiritual connotation of going the extra inch is business at it’s best.

And it isn’t just for business.

Had the cab driver drop me off at the subdivision entrance and walked the half mile home with a suitcase and backpack.

A walk no longer than the one frequently taken at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson airport (the world’s busiest).

The sights, smells, humidity, and familiarity at 7am was a wonderful welcome home.

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Anyone Else Think Like This?

Does everything really come with a price?

Maui mountains early in the morning
Let the Maui cultural immersion begin

 

Does everything really come with a price?

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No really

The upside to exhaustion is what we get in return for it

Handful of black sand from Hawaii
It’s easy to feel like an insignificant grain of sand on a giant beach

 

The upside to exhaustion is what we get in return for it.

Happy, ecstatic clients and an inspired audience.

Consistently positive comments like, “This was the best training I’ve ever been to”.

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Do Not Pass Go

It’s midnight and I’m not famous yet

Locals wear only two tone Aloha shirts
Locals wear only two tone Aloha shirts

 

It’s midnight and I’m not famous yet. A line from a Jimmy Buffett song summarizes the time changes world travelers attempt to navigate, to varying degrees of success.

It’s 6pm in Hilo, midnight in Orlando.

Two flights from Maui to Honolulu to Hilo.

Lunch with a colleague.

A brief phone call home.

Write five blogs.

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