Sunday’s unhurried monorail ride from Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort to Epcot had us stop at Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Contemporary Resort, and Disney’s Transportation and Ticket Center, where we disembarked one Disney monorail to board the Epcot Express monorail.
Like Father, like son. On the Magic Kingdom monorail platform, he was taking pictures, unbeknownst to me, of the same things I was taking pictures of.
So many things compete for our time and yet all our kids want to do is have fun with their Family.
In my hotel room, with few distractions, it’s easier to focus on what I’m going to say this morning. And you know what? It’s gonna happen.
It happens every time.
Predictably, there will be two camps. There always are.
“That’s too simple“.
“Ialready know that“.
Let me remind you, please, after 35 years in business and 10 years as a professional speaker, I’ve become an expert. I’ve spent 25 years here in Central Florida, almost daily being influenced by the presence of neighboring Walt Disney World – I can see the nightly fireworks and hear the steam trains from our home.
Here are two simple truths in quote form:
“It’s not hard to do things as much as it is to simply decide to do something. It’s the deciding that’s hard“. — jeff noel
“The concept is easy. Any idiot can have a good idea. What is hard is doing it.” — Christo
Like I always say about Walt Disney, “It’s not the Magic that makes it work, it’s the work that makes it Magic“.
So, what’s my main job when I speak? To get everyone to make “Common Sense, Common Practice”!
Make it a GREAT day, because if you don’t, who will? People are depending on you to be great today. Be GREAT! It’s common sense, eh? Carpe diem, jungle jeff 🙂