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Do You Have More To Give?

Everyone Thinks They're Indispensable
Everyone Thinks They're Indispensable

You, yes you, have more to give than they are willing to accept.

Have you ever felt this way about a person or an employer?

A great friend or boss would never let this happen.

But what if your friend or boss does let it happen?

I mean, for a long time.

Then what?

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.

6 replies on “Do You Have More To Give?”

Or when your boss is your friend, it can make it more disappointing.

Recognition can go a long way. If you are not getting the recognition you think you deserve, do more to get recognized. If it still doesn’t work, it may be time to move on. In this economy, you might be crazy to do so. But, is it crazier to stay?

David, good morning.

So maybe it comes down to, how bad do you want it?

Or, maybe it’s not as bad as it seems.

But what if your clock is ticking and your big dreams seem to be fading away?

How do you know if your dreams are just too big and it’s just a fantasy?

That is an EXCELLENT question. How do you know if your dreams are just too big and it’s just a fantasy? I guess if you don’t pursue them then they are only fantasies. You have to act on them. You can’t just stand by and let them happen. Even if you pray for help with a problem, the answer may be that God wants you to use your talents and abilities to handle the problem and then thank Him afterwards for giving you the talents and abilities!!

And a Good Morning to you as well!

Yes David, you are in tune with the logic here.

Crazy thing is, https://Lane8.org actually speaks to that quite simply:

“If your goal isn’t impossible, you’re not reaching high enough”.

The catch? And there is one.

The catch is that we never know the answers until after we take the test.

I know this is totally a mental thing, but when I first started reading your blogs, Lane8.org was the first. I thought I would never be in a position where I would be able to comment, especially on that blog. I’m out of shape, I don’t exercise and my diet isn’t good enough.

But enough of making excuses.

I do want it bad. I want good health, a long life with my family and a job at WDW. I believe I have been afraid to communicate that last one publicly. But that is getting in the way of pursuing my dream.

It’s never too late.

David, your comment here has really provided great insight.

You are the first to verbalized a sentiment that many readers feel, including myself.

We tell ourselves we want things, but find them incredibly challenging to achieve.

It’s only too late if we give up.

If you could live long enough to see the younger generations in your Family grow old, would you want to see them give up?

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