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Mid Life Celebration

Thank you for the gift

Changing what you see changes what you see.

Thank you for the gift.

In powerful ways, yesterday’s gift resembles a midlife celebration.

In a busy, normal world, yesterday’s gift may not have appeared.

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Final 120 Days

The decade is nearly over

Stitch and a bear book shelf yesterday at Thinking Heads. PS. Heading to Glacier National Park in two days.

The decade is nearly over.

Writing this post at 730PM Orlando time (1:30AM June 7th Madrid time).

To say i was in a weird place this morning is an understatement.

Flying high on the breakthrough decision (freedom from an old process) to put the Disney Creativity Speech on a thumb drive to give to the AV team – in 20 years of professionally speaking, this is a first.

Son, this is monumental.

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Mid Life Celebration

One wish for everyone who read all five Mid Life Celebration’s blogs today

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One wish for everyone who read all five Mid Life Celebration’s blogs today…

May you find the courage and determination to do whatever you have to do, whenever you have to, whether you feel like it or not.

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Insight: Do those three things and your (bonus) check is in the mail!

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Uncommon Sense

The First Mid Life Celebration Blog Post – October 17, 2009

Canyons are great for creating echoes. So are personal stories.

The first blog post I ever wrote, One Push Up, was on Blogger. The second post I ever wrote, and first official Mid Life Celebration post was on WordPress at jeffnoel.org

Insight: When we listen to another’s story, we can often hear the similar echoes of our own.

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