Yesterday, April 27, 2020, about 10 miles into the 30-miler.
The business case for culture. The fact you can’t read it all is good. This stuff is my IP.
Living on the edge.
Aerosmith was my
first concert in 1974, as a high school sophomore.
Totally feels like COVID-19 has people the world over living on the edge.
For the first time, i’m unemployed for the foreseeable future, this may be the first honest work break i’ve had in a lifetime. And thank goodness for our rainy day (year) plan.
It suits me.
All i’ve known is work.
All i know now is no deadlines, no travel, no contracts, no invoicing, no planning, no followup, and no client calls.
Not gonna lie.
In no hurry for it to end.
In today’s world, is that living on the edge or what?
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The most common way people give up their power is to believe they don’t have any.
Read and reread that thought, until you can embrace, and act, on the opposite. You are Mr Incredible, or Miss Incredible.
Not sure what tomorrow, April 1st, holds for jungle jeff and the rest of Mid Life Celebration, LLC.
What grown man carries a Teddy Bear around the world…
Most people don’t believe they are capable of initiative. – Crowdsourcing
You either get over this hurdle or you don’t. What’s liberating about getting over it is the freedom to do the right things for the right reasons. We know these things intuitively, but society beats us down.
I say, fight back – until you triumph.
The Last Lecture
I get it. There is only so much a person can read. We can’t do it all. Right there with you. And, many of us received new books as gifts recently.
What books changed your life last year?
There were a few for me. Two had
Up first, The Last Lecture, by Randy Pausch. Randy was a Carnegie Mellon computer science professor, in his mid-40’s. He had a wife and three children under the age of six.
Then he got pancreatic cancer.
To paraphrase what I heard Randy say:
This isn’t a book about dying. It’s a book about living.
It isn’t a book for you and me. It is a book for Randy Pausch’s children.
How did this book change my life?
It is in
living in the moment that makes us great leaders. Doing things – things that matter – with a heightened sense of urgency has changed my life. I’ll tell you why tomorrow.
To Serve, To Strive, and not To Yield
In March 2009, just ten short months ago, I made a promise –
a 100-day challenge.
Have you ever made important promises, big promises, promises that you could almost taste the
Some call it dreaming big dreams. Walt Disney, one of my heroes, was like that. But Walt Disney also had something different.
He had drive. And Walt Disney did what he set out to do. And Walt turned a deaf ear to the multitudes who called him crazy.
Walt Disney did things others said were impossible. When I set out to write five daily blogs for 100 days, not even I could imagine what it’s turned into.
Here we are, not 50 blog posts later, not 100, not 500 blog posts later, not 1,000 either, but over 1,500 blog posts – in ten short months.
It is quite literally a
Five-A-Day Blogger explosion.
PS. Who would you rather listen to:
A big-time dreamer?
A big-time dreamer and a big-time doer?
Audacious, antagonistic, insightful, servant.