Drive up service only

Bank drive up window from bicycle
Blogging in real time. Waited about 25 minutes with only three cars in front of me.

Grateful to have a check too large for mobile deposit. Grateful the bank offers drive up service only. Grateful for time and ability to bike 12 miles round trip to deposit a check. Grateful for staying peaceful during the long wait for a simple transaction.

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Basics: embrace serendipity

homeless person at grocery store
The reality of homelessness.

Embrace serendipity.

Be present for the positive, unexpected blessings and opportunities that come your way.

Busy people never, or rarely, see serendipity.

Congrats on honing your mindset to be present.

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Disney Photo Pass

Captured today’s photographer in action.

Disney Photo Pass.

At Disney.

Taking photos.

Having a “pass” to access the opportunity.

What’s the pass?

Living less than a mile from Walt Disney World and having a lifetime Cast Member ID card in my pocket.

Live like you mean it.

On it.

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Wanna organize?

Yesterday’s highlight: an open sliding door, steady rain falling, sharing an inspiring YouTube video on the phone, getting horizontally comfortable, falling asleep on my lap.

Wanna organize?

Organize to maximize your potential.

How?

Structure. Processes.

Lead and design with simplicity and scalability.

Why?

To enjoy the depth, breadth, and richness of life’s simplistic, most divine moments – when there’s not a care in the world and you want for nothing.

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We don’t know how to parent technology

A plastic spork and some play dough created a lead Disney/Pixar character in a brilliant CGI (computer generated images).

First generation of parents of digital natives.

Both generational parties will have recovery and opportunity.

In person relationships, self-confidence, and risk taking are the leading adult characteristics being disrupted in digital natives growth cycle.

Simultaneously, digital natives have learned how to communicate through space and time and this makes them pioneers.

What remains to be seen is how challenges will become opportunities and how opportunities will become game changers for humanity.

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