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Dear Son, The Best Way To Understand Critical Importance Is To Look At The Opposite

Life's shelves will become filled quickly. Keep them as organized as possible.

Dear Son, getting and staying organized are pathetically under rated because it’s very difficult to master. Your motivation to figure out a great system should be firmly rooted in the fear of living life the opposite of organized.

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Thinking Big Can Be As Close And Personal As Learning How To Become An Organized Person

Notice the simple, clean design, and the triangle. Life has 5 big choices, not 3.

Dear Son, the “big three headliners” in wellness and work life balance are mind, body and spirit. People leave out two additional critical success factors: honing your career skills, and being decently organized with the paperwork of life.

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Dear Son, Think Big Picture

Today's lesson was about the completely empty parking lot. When it opens, it will be "our" Publx.

Dear Son, if your plan is for one year plant rice, if it’s for 10 years plant a tree, if it’s for 100 years teach your children. – Chinese Proverb

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The Blueprint For The Bridge Arrived At 9:17 AM, August 12, 2000

Ciad Mile Failte = One Hundred Thousand Welcomes To You

Why am I so passionate about work life balance? Why is anyone passionate about anything? We all have our reasons, as diverse as anything else in nature.

But unlike nature, human instinct isn’t as keen, because civilized living doesn’t require keen senses to survive. But to be a great parent, we must be a great example. Happy birthday son.

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Years Of Preparation

Reading to Chapin & Jack (teddy bear), 2005…

These jeffrey noel, aka The Blog Whisperer, blog posts, are reaching an unprecedented two-year milestone on April 1st.

April Fool’s Day, 2009. A simple “Father-to-Son” promise in the form of a 100-day challenge to write in five themed blogs. Everyday. For 100 days straight.

Five blogs themed around Life’s Big Choices, and a late-blooming Father’s attempt to leave a trail for his young son, in case something bad ever happened unexpectedly.

Are you planning on living forever?

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