Writing has always been on the wall. Change is the only survivor.
In the future, how many companies are going to provide all the health care, sick leave, maternity leave, worker’s comp, and other coverages every employee needs?
Insight: The writing is on the wall. The industrial age has crumbled. The health care crisis and obesity crisis is going to become the next major terrorist war we face against ourselves.
has an overarching theme. Money. Daily reflections on Excellence,
As I teach our son about life’s four big quadrants, jungle jeff’s blog is focused on only one. Money.
Money is not the root of all evil. It is the
love of money that is the root.
Whatever you believe, I’m teaching our son that every human should contribute to society in some way. In return, society pays you with money, generally speaking.
With money, you can buy food, shelter, insurance, transportation, and even use money to help others.
And one more thing I’m trying to teach him,
— Hungarian Proverb “He is rich who owes nothing.”
My friend, a true
Disney fan, even went as far as suggesting, “You really need to be an expert before people will follow you”.
And I thought out loud,
So this led to a decent discussion about:
How do you become an
expert? It certainly isn’t overnight How do you develop a
following? It too, isn’t overnight.
I boldly, but with unseen humility, stated that I’m a
wellness expert. What makes me a “wellness expert”?
Mind. Body. Spirit. Money.
Expert? Really now?
The ability to deliver great results. That’s what makes you an expert.
When you can
make common sense, common practice.
Boastful? Depends on the strength of the person doing the “judging”. A small mind will probably say,
“Boastful”. A humble mind, “Not boastful at all”.
It’s a test we’d all like to pass, but few have the courage to take.
Being fanatical about quality and practicing what’s preached, I take the test daily.
Carpe diem, jeff noel, honor student. 🙂
The big question today,
“What makes a person an expert”?
Recognize these experts? Here’s a small list to get you ready for today’s main post, which is separate.
Equality – Martin Luther King
Humility – Mother Teresa
Creativity – Walt Disney
Winning – John Wooden
Independence – Ghandi
Speed – Usain Bolt
Okay, ready? I’m going to tell you I’m an expert too. Before I do, please read the PS below.
PS. I’m heading to Helsinki in a few days to represent the United States in the Master’s Track & Field World Championships. Boastful or not boastful, it all depends on the size of a person’s mind. Carpe diem, jeff 🙂