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Final 120 Days

Three lessons Glacier taught me about work

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Your number one parental job is to be a great role model. Be honest and behave admirably, especially when you think no one is looking – someone is always looking.

Three lessons Glacier taught me about work:

  1. There is no limit to how creative you can be at doing what you do. 
  2. Nature, exercise, and a business purpose make a dynamite team. 
  3. Traveling light on the trail and traveling light in your purpose is a superpower.

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Dear Son

Will your Disney exposure enhance your life?

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Less than 24 hours ago.

 

Dear Son, will your Disney exposure enhance your life?

 

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Disney Brand Loyalty Book

Walt Disney taught me

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The highest compliment you could receive from Walt Disney was a thumbs up. (and on rare occasions, two thumbs up)

 

Walt Disney taught me that we should take our jobs very seriously but not to take ourselves too seriously.

He also said that it’s kind of fun to do the impossible.

Life is too short and work is too important to not have fun while you do them both.

 

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Being Brave

Torn between the lesson i’m learning and the product i’ll receive

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There are courses in entrepreneurial leadership. There is also a real life entrepreneurial course called “starting your own business”.

 

Torn between the lesson i’m learning and the product i’ll receive. As a small business entrepreneur, there are lessons in life that no book can teach because in life, the lesson is real, and it’s your lesson.

Paying a contractor by the hour versus by the project may not be the best choice. It is probably the best choice for a contractor, but for a customer (me), it may break the budget.

Time will tell, and i will accept what happens because i didn’t know enough before the agreement. i went on a hunch that everyone would end up being happy.

PS. Fast forward 100 days later to today…happy ending. i don’t contract with many people, and everyone i’ve contracted with has delivered exceptional quality. At the end of the day, you pay top dollar for great quality, whether it’s by the hour or a contracted price.

 

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Life Transition (Dec 2014)

Leadership lessons are like air

The leadership required to keep a Farm thriving in the midst of residential growth is remarkable. This is not something we would normally ever think about. But if we ever did, there are insights to be gleaned.

 

Farm near Spring Grove, Pennsylvania

 

(photo above: Farm surrounded by brand new residential development)

 

Farmer's field

 

(photo above: York County Pennsylvania Farmer’s field has ‘No Trespassing signs, but no fence… bit of an honor system, or maybe it doesn’t even matter anymore)

Leadership lessons are like air, or weeds.

Abundant and free.

But do we see value in either one?

What if we did?

May all your weeds be wildflowers.

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