Thank You My Friends

When Does Giving Ever Get Old?
When Does Giving Ever Get Old?

One of the most overlooked assets we have is gratitude.

When was the last time you told someone to back off with their compliments for you?

The point exactly.

It never gets old.

Sometimes, as we strive to serve (like being The Internet’s Only Five-a-Day Blogger*), we assume others know our abundant gratitude.

Big mistake.

And to my friends that grace Mid Life Celebration, thank you for adding depth and breadth:

Lorie Sheffer, Bob Stewart, Craig Nickoloff, Skip Gaskill, Teresa Shelton Brooker, Connie Wright, Patty Hebert, Dede Rector, JB Adams, Deborah Land, Erika Liodice, Donna Flanagin, David Balentine, Chapin Noel.

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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. Yes, I second David. I love the fact that your blogs are a virtual meet up place. There is always something great to ponder — in 5 vital areas of one’s life.

  2. You’ve truly created a family here.
    I look forward to reading everyone’s posts!
    Thanks for letting me be a part of it!
    (forgive my last comment. sometimes it’s just fun to go for the “huh?” reaction)

  3. Craig, you’re welcome, but, pardon me, the thanks goes to you, the reader, the Tribe member. A Tribe is nothing without a Tribe. Get it?

    And, like you’ve heard before, your support in those very early days was like oxygen. Thank you (again).

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