Categories Carving Out A Life Entrepreneurial fun Post author By jeff noel Post date February 21, 2016 12 Comments on Entrepreneurial fun After running up to the stage from the back, and a room full of selfies, a quiet story. The teddy bear is a great visual anchor to a key point. If you can’t clearly, concisely, and compellingly explain the goal of great service…your people won’t be able to either. Making an unannounced transition to the closing example. Jacket off, sleeves rolled up. Transition accomplished – they never saw it coming. Standing ovation for the content. The Executive waiting for the applause to stop and people to sit down. One last “thank you”. His face says it all. Make your word as good as your handshake. “i swear on the bible”… Sharing Disney stories afterwards. A fairly “posed” selfie… A selfie as the “camera kept rolling”. Entrepreneurial fun. __________ This website is about our home health. To leave this site to read today’s post on my mental attitude website, click here. Tags Entrepreneur, Fun, Organized, structure 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 different sites. View Archive → ← Good morning Motreal → This Disney speaker never gives the same speech twice 12 replies on “Entrepreneurial fun” Excellent Thanks Patty. Beginner’s luck runs in the family. You know it’s really not beginner’s luck, right? Thank you for living and working like you mean it. There is true joy to be experienced through embracing your philosophies. This is what I have been waiting for!!!!!!!!!! This post says it beautifully. I miss this guy!!!! Thank you for sharing your life’s experiences through your blog. It keeps us connected. 🙂 Yayyyyy! Patty, thanks for sticking around since 2009. And while at first feels good to think these are “my philosophies”, i really have to give credit to common sense, determination, humility, and dreaming. 🙂 Donna, thank you. What’s really cool now that i think of it, is that my “handler”, Michel, took some amazing photos using my iPhone. David, in the giving, we receive. This is why i’ve never missed a single day in seven years (40 days until officially starting the 8th year). Thanks Craig. i suspect the posts will continue to be “fun and interesting” as the weeks roll by. Noelski! It’s Mike Waldron just happened on this page while looking for you and Cheryl. One of my sons classmates is interning down at Disney this coming Fall and I was searching for you! Wow looks like you are killing it. Family looks great too , man it has been a long time love Facebook! Mike, what an amazing surprise. So great to hear from you. Text or email: 407-538-4341, firstname.lastname@example.org Comments are closed.