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Final 120 Days

Little victories and joyful intensity

A great vision is inspiring and provides joyful intensity.

Rob and i accomplished a few small, important steps in moving my business forward techologically.

We enhanced safety and security. We confirmed the old Legacy account has merit remaining open and that this is a free service GoDaddy provides – enabling 10 domain backorders to keep their place in line.

i know this is boring, yet it’s small victories like these that are not only important, but joyful.

#JoyfulIntensity

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Anyone Else Think Like This?

Joyful and intense curiosity

Joyful and intense curiosity in the form of idea generation and risk-taking can lead to radical transformation.

Imagine going from Mid Life Crisis to Mid Life Celebration.

Imagine transforming from going the extra mile to going the extra inch.

How we verbalize things is how we think about things and how we think leads to how we act.

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Inspirational Nuggets

Enjoy the process

Family Christmas
Life is a blur. We enjoyed the parts of Christmas Day yesterday that were not in focus.

Enjoy the process.

What?

Enjoy the process of dreaming, trying, struggling, progress, setbacks, victories, frustrations.

Why?

Becoming a better CEO of You, Inc is a process.

A lifelong, neverending process.

Enjoy it.

All of it.

Every day.

All day.

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Professionally Speaking

A Disney Keynote Speaker career-defining moment

Disney Keynote Speakers
Joy. Can you please help me with my joy? i’d like it overflowing, please. Photo: random and unintentional yesterday.

 

A Disney Keynote Speaker career-defining moment is when you are intuitive enough to notice (and act on) what no one else is noticing (and acting on).

Climb the ladder.

How can you not?

Well…

If you pause long enough to keenly observe the obvious, you’ll notice something that is either invisible or, visible and ignored.

People in the levels above you – look closely.

Watch them over the months and years.

Are they filled with joy at what they do for a living?

Look at the Disney Leaders at every level above you.

Are they joyful?

This is not a dig.

This is an incredible insight.

An insight into a massive, world-class organization.

Not intending to ruin any Magic for anyone.

Chapin, be careful. There is literally no organization in the world that is immune from this….

What i realized was that there is no amount of (extra) money that would be worth more than the (abundant) joy i get from being a Disney Keynote Speaker.

 

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Emotion Trumps Everything

Comparison is the thief of joy

expectations gap and unhappiness
Facebook insidiously leaves us unhappy as we view everyone’s “Life Highlights Reel”.

 

expectations gap and unhappiness
Never let your memories be bigger than your dreams. Right?

 

expectations gap and unhappiness
Person B is always happier, statistically through research.

 

expectations gap and unhappiness
The culprit for unhappiness…

 

Comparison is the thief of joy.

Comparing what we want (expect) to happen and what actually happens.

Comparing what happens to others (the good stuff) to what happens to us.

Comparing our past memories of our world to the world we see today with all our adult responsibilities.

 

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