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Great Disney leaders are visionary

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Visionary leaders see the same things everyone else sees, but they intuitively see it differently.


Great Disney leaders are visionary.

They obsess about communicating a clear, concise, and compelling vision.

A picture of the future that’s better than now, much better.

For many, what the visionary leader sees clearly, others insist on it being an impossibility.







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Being Brave

How often are we oblivious of these three things?

Teddy bear in Chicago airport gift shop
Home for two days and yes, on the road again today


Driven. As opposed to spectator. Sound like us?

How often are we oblivious of these three things?

  1. The clock
  2. Mediocrity
  3. Antagonizing others without trying

Two out of three is decent.

Believing in something all the way is not meant to piss others off, even though odds are high.

We don’t need permission to be amazing today.


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Anyone Else Think Like This?

What Have You Got To Lose?

Pushy People Ultimately Become Successful
Pushy People Ultimately Become Successful

This is the question that echos in our lizard brain.

We focus on survival.

Not on pushing the boundaries.

Boundary pushers don’t intend to make others feel uncomfortable, but they do.

Why is that?

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It's Not Over Rated What Are You Waiting For?

Does Work Feel Like Work?

Does your work feel like work?

Or do you hate to leave at the end of the day?

Sometimes I wish establishing a start-up business felt a little more like work.