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Timely and timeless

Disneyland Monorail and 20k Submarine
Juxtaposition for sure.

Timely and timeless.

Who you are is timeless.

Who you become is timely.

You need a healthy dose of both.

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You were born to play

Literally every speech i deliver involves a selfie-moment. Over-focused so the audience has a tangible memory of the event. Work feels like play. This is a risk i took at TEDx AUK.

We experience time three ways:

  1. anticipate (future)
  2. activate (present)
  3. reflect (past)

Our perception of time is an unfocused mix of now, later, and gone.

Until we can unravel our own distractions and sabotage, we will never learn to live presently, mindfully, and peacefully. 

We are born to play. It’s how we learn.

When we stop playing, we stop learning.

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Time flies in five year increments

This is priceless. Most organizations can not articulate a purpose statement. Five years from now this will be forgotten or it will be the DNA everyone talks about.

Time flies in five year increments.

One year goes by and we barely notice.

Five years go by and we are like, “Wow, i’ve learned so much in the past five years.”

In three days, it’s Halloween 2019 which means i’ve been retired from Disney for five years.

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Remember your High School Prom?

Disney Keynote Speaker
Ty spent an hour in the office and took 100 photos, hoping to get three that would be headshot-worthy.

Remember your High School Prom?

Windermere Prep’s prom is tonight.

Afterward, six college-bound 18-year-olds will spend the night at our house.

My wife has organized enough details to ensure the teens enjoy themselves with little hassle.

And there is enough winter firewood left for one more campfire, even though today is April 6.

The last campfire i made, i intentionally stopped to conservve enough wood for one more fire.

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Great news: Kids are not afraid of failing

We weren’t afraid to fail as a child.

Now look at us.

If you’re not prepared to fail, you’ll never create anything original.

As you age, you lose the appetite, and the capacity, to be wrong.

My 72-hour challenge to you is simple. Attempt something that will probably fail, but your failure will get you closer than you were before.

And on the off-chance that you don’t fail…congratulations.

Now keep repeating this process.

You’re welcome.

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