So much to do, so little time

Bill Gates wisdom
Time is money. Time is also time.

So much to do, so little time. This is our responsibility to figure out. It may take decades. The earlier you start, the longer the magic of compound interest gets to do its thing.

i wish someone super close to me would have guided and coached me when i was a teenager. 

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Evolution from jobs to careers to callings

cell phone radiation
Worth a reminder and further investigation. Ringing cell phones popped the corn kernels.

Evolution from jobs, to careers, to callings.

It certainly is true for me.

Articles are being written calling it a common theme for millennials.

Organize your life to not feel like work?

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Aim for perfection, settle for excellence

waterbed drain kit
As organized as you can be and knowing you’ll never be perfect, but still aim for it.

Aim for perfection, settle for excellence.

The waterbed drain kit could not be found last night. 

Our goal was to have the bed removed by this morning for the contractors.

Why did we wait until Sunday night? Why not do this Saturday day?

Why? Because humans are perfectly imperfect. Do your best and then forgive yourself. The replacement kit should be here tomorrow. i will also attempt to buy one today at Walmart or target.

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The pervasive curse of knowledge

Steve Jobs and Bob Iger
Imagine the customer service standards these guys expect. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

Biking to lunch at the First Watch restaurant yesterday gave us a nice reason for a bike ride.

It was a sunny and warm March 2nd day with a noontime temperature near 80 degrees. A gentle breeze and blue sky complemented the central Florida winter weather. 

It was not our first time inside the restaurant, but it was the first time dining there.

The seating hostess was preoccupied with something and the check-in process became an apparent inconvenience for her. This allowed two parties who arrived after us to be seated before us. It seemed as though we weren’t on the waitlist. 

Ultimately, i addressed this in a direct (impatient) way. Our server was wonderful and we quickly forgot the inconvenience. 

As we were leaving, i refocused and apologized to Megan.

It felt good to let it go.

The curse of customer service knowledge i have from Disney trapped me in a subconscious “that was the antithesis of decent service”.

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Embrace your hero’s journey

Glacier National Park postcards
Have you ever received a Glacier National Park postcard? Ever sent one?

Simplifying and delegating can be overwhelming.

Please don’t let this stop you.

If your current situation is a story about the hero’s journey, you know the part where there’s a huge challenge that has to be met or everything is lost?

This hard, mostly overwhelming (with no guarantee, mind you) work is a fire you must walk through.

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