Not sure if there’s any point in starting an 11th year of daily prolific blog writing.
Two mornings from now, that will be one of two options. The other option is to stop writing five daily, differently-themed blog posts.
What’s the point of continuing?
The cumulative effort from a decade of five-a-day blogging (minimum) has resulted in having written over 2,000 more blog posts than the current posted world record for the number of blog posts written by a single (professional) author.
Struggling is a big part of life. You know, the personal struggles we all face.
But what about in business?
Do entire companies need to struggle with a culture that isn’t intentional?
All that needs to be done is to over-focus on the very same things everyone else either under-focuses on or ignores.
My days are spent talking with executive leaders who don’t know how to initiate a culture like this.
It’s what i’ve grown up on, spent a lifetime doing, and now teach others how to do it themselves.
And it all started on January 25, 1982, when i began my Disney career as a front-line Cast Member, jungle jeff.
PS. Sometimes i end a post just like this one. No moral, no punchline, no call to action. It just ends. Why? Because i figure what happens next it up to the reader.
On April Fool’s Day 2009, jeff noel began writing five daily, differently-themed blogs (on five different sites). It was to be a 100-day self-imposed “writer’s bootcamp”, in preparation for writing his first book. He hasn’t missed a single day since.
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