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No really

Ultimately, As We Enter & Pass Through Midlife, We Have Important Choices

As Baby Boomers, we have been taught to work hard, do a good job, dream big, enjoy and appreciate the American way of freedom and justice, in the land of opportunity.

Somewhere along the way, greed and slothful behavior slowly poisoned our attitude. We are awakened from our zombie-like life when we get a serious wakeup call. This is a blessing in disguise, offering a second big last chance to change.

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Blogging & Social Media

jeff noel’s Epiphany Moment

The odds of failure increase the higher you reach…

jeff noel’s epiphany moment came when I realized how much room there is for failure when you wait until the day of to write five new, fresh, original blog posts.

Here’s the blogging insight: Readers can’t comprehend (because they really don’t care) the creative effort, inspired energy, and passionate commitment it takes to do something no one else on the Internet is doing.

It takes many years to become an overnight success. Only those with a clear, concise and compelling vision will break through to the tipping point.

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So What?

Here’s To Finding Your Passion

Work’s only Work, if you’d rather be doing something else.

Here’s to finding your passion.

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It's Not Over Rated

Who Has The Coolest Job?

Does Your Job Give You Butterflies?
Does Your Job Give You Butterflies?

Yesterday, asking, “Does the thought of heading into your day today give you butterflies?”, it created a reflective moment.

And perhaps it’s one of those elusive gifts we can not catch or we unconsciously avoid.

If you were in a crowd and someone asked, “Who here has the coolest job in the world?“, would you raise your hand?

PS. Easiest and coolest are usually diametrically opposed.

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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.