Not expecting nor encouraging anyone to watch Steve Jobs unveil the iPhone in 2007, but it’s here if you want to.
The effort to get a business set for scalability is exciting, and a ton of uncommon work.
If it’s done properly (intentionally and brilliantly) it’s like the 2007 unveiling of the iPhone.
That’s what i’ve been working on consistently since retiring from Disney eight months ago.
Slowly. Deliberately. Intentionally. Creatively.
To unveil a product and approach no one else in the world offers.
A category of one.
Bold is as bold does.
(photo: screen shot from Without Limits… Coaches (with hats) not impressed with Prefontaine, but the dude on the right, he digs Pre’s audacity)
Was this slogan viewed as a grand slam or was it casual at first?
Life is good.
No one becomes a game changer in a bliss of certainty.
Boldness has genius.
We know this.
Yet we play it safe from the sidelines.
Until, one day, hopefully, we don’t.
Every morning jeff writes five different, short, and pithy posts about the challenging and wonderful balance between:
mind • body • spirit • work • home
All five websites are seamlessly connected by a convenient and easy to click link to go to the next topic.
Try it below if you never done it, or if it’s been awhile.
jeff noel studied the Baylor University campus map, rubbed his eyes, looked again and mumbled softly, “Where the heck is the track?”
Spotting a couple students shooting hoops, noel soon got directions. I-35 South, right on Valley Mills, another right at Katie’s Frozen Custard, it’ll be on that road, can’t miss it.