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Personal organizational structure for daily living ripples into our future

Facebook iPhone screen shot
Most cameras easily create computer screen shots

 

First camera was a plastic one that was free with a fill up of gas at ARCO (?) in the 1965. Been fascinated with photography ever since (as a six year old).

After becoming a parent in 2000 it seemed prudent to replace the big 35mm SLR camera and shoulder strap with a simple pocket Sony cyber shot.

In 2009, when the iPhone 3 found it’s home in left pant pocket it was necessary to move Cyber shot to right pocket.

Since 2011, have enjoyed the extra room in the right pocket because the pocket camera was retired and now use only iPhone.

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Note: Insignificant life detail, yet it illustrates the evolution of personal transformation. Many mid-lifers are still lugging their bigger camera. And if they did switch to a pocket camera, most would also be fearful of discarding it altogether.

Orlando’s jungle jeff Air Tran WOW!

Orlando’s jungle jeff is still talking about his Air Tran experience.

OK, this is the final Air Tran installment – two more jeff noel You Tube videos.

This is all my eight-year old son’s fault.   When he was born, I shelved our 35mm SLR camera with the wide-angle and telephoto lens, and bought a Sony digital camera – the smallest, pocket-style one they made.  I currently have the Sony T-70.  It’s always in my pocket.  Always!

The best way to get people enthusiastic is to be enthusiastic.

Don’t believe it.  Try getting people to be enthusiastic about something important, using a sincere lack of enthusiasm.  Ya with me?

So here are Air Tran You Tube videos – parts two and three:

So what does all this mean?

At the end of the second video (part three), you hear me say, “Are you trying to get better everyday?  I know Air Tran is”?

Are the people around you committed to getting better?  I bet they are.

But if they’re not, take a look in the mirror.  Do you see a mountain of enthusiasm?

Best wishes for continued success.  Carpe diem, jungle jeff 🙂

PS.  While everyone is working desperately hard to survive these turbulent economic times, there is also an invisible opportunity in our midst.  I’ll write more about it later.