The World Isn't Going To Wait For You
The World Isn't Going To Wait For You

Why do we allow our childhood dreams to wither and die?

Is it because too many people tell us we can’t, we shouldn’t, it’s not worth it, you’ll fail, it’s too much work?

Ignoring the Internet would be like ignoring indoor plumbing. A long time ago, there wasn’t indoor plumbing. Guess where you went to the bathroom?

What if someone still didn’t embrace indoor plumbing?

The Internet is strangely similar to indoor plumbing.  It’s a tool that makes our lives infinitely easier.

And for the few who work the hardest, it gives them a voice.

And a better opportunity to live out their childhood dreams.

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. Too often we stop at the word “why” instead of finishing the thought of “why not”.

    We limit ourselves, our dreams, and our visions by stopping with those preconceived notions that “it can’t be done” or “you can’t do that”.

    Tell that to Thomas Edison, Thomas Jefferson or Clarence Thomas.

    Tried to do 3 to make the point. 🙂

  2. David, thanks for the thought-provoking comment. Which leads me to a question, “How does a person, or how have you, overcome the limiting beliefs and move forward with life-altering unlimited beliefs?”

  3. I haven’t. Yet.

    A good man once gave me some great advice, “Sooner or later, we’re gonna die. If we live passionately now and do the things we said we always wanted to do, then our chance of regret is much smaller. Carpe diem, jeff”

  4. It’s God’s gift to us – a well spent life – leaves us with peace and contentment.
    So much so that there is no room for regret. All we have to do is work hard and stay faithful to being a good and decent person.

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