Two things we can organize but rarely give a second thought

Young boy with teddy bear and suitcase at Church pew
Began writing as a way to be prepared in case something bad ever happened to me


Sent two paragraphs to Xulon Press a minute ago at their request so they can create a video trailer for the book, Mid Life Celebration: rethink • reprioritize • recommit.

Expecting the first 10 copies of the book any day now.

Three people know the book is almost in my hands: Chapin, the book designer, and me.

Challenging to keep a lid on it.

This requires significant organization. Not of files, but of patience and humility.

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By jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five interconnected sites.


  1. It is so funny to read this blog now knowing that the book is no longer a secret and is free to share with the world. Well, not free. 🙂

  2. David, funny is one perspective. 🙂

    For the author, it is a chance to learn something that otherwise wouldn’t be presented.

    A look back to see if what was important then is more important, as important, or no longer important – as when it was written.

    Almost like an echo from a great message or moment.

    Pretty cool and perhaps (most likely) challenging to understand if you’ve never heard these types of echoes. 🙂

  3. And from the original thought many years ago, the message was so strong that the echo you are finally hearing resonates as powerful as when the message was first created. 🙂

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