How abundant or rare is this thing we crave?

School play "International Parade" (7th & 8th graders on stage)
School play “International Parade” (7th & 8th graders on stage)


How abundant or rare is this thing we crave?


We cherish it in others and long for it in ourselves.

Busy, busy schedules complicate our lives and challenge us to the point of no return. Tempted and discouraged, we no longer focus on being authentic – it takes too long and the process to reach genuine authenticity often comes under attack.

Our motives will be attacked also. And new people enter our life who have no previous experience with us.

Being authentic can appear to others as weakness, or a lack of ambition.

It’s tough being an adult, especially one organizing their life around becoming authentic or maintaining authenticity.

Authenticity. Rare. Hence valuable.

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Where does a person go to see authenticity?

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Busy and authentic are at odds with each other


Where does a person go to see authenticity?



If you’re not in the business of self-help, it really looks like authenticity is real.

So many people are simply trying to put bread on the table – whatever it takes.

Great acting is alive and well.

The misfits, the odd balls, the loners, the antagonists – they all have two things in common.


And a vision.

Moving from surviving to thriving changes the way you approach your art.

Been there, done that, doing it still (only better), and will do it until death.


What did you expect?

Life is not a dress rehearsal.

Live like you mean it!

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A Word Of Caution If You’re New Here…

Authenticity is the new currency, and it’s rare. You’ll find a gold mine here. But you’ll have to work hard if you want to change something important in your life. I guarantee if you invest 30 days reading all 5 blogs jeff noel writes each morning, your life will begin to change. There is nothing random here. Nothing. Even if it seems so. Your move.

Authenticity, Scene 5 of 5

This sign made me think of Pirates of the Caribbean…

As I wrote the first four blog scenes this morning, leading up to this conclusion, it hit me. I have no idea how the ending will go. So here we are, the final “authenticity” scene….

The way I write is so organic, you’re unlikely to believe how spontaneous it is….unrehearsed, raw, real.

Some people can juggle chainsaws. Some type really fast. Me? I think non-stop. And want to capture as much of the good stuff as I can, for a 10-year old little boy.

Authenticity is now concluded, however, it began @ Next Blog