The seventh year begins today, no fooling

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(photos: Top: April 1, 2010. Bottom: April 5, 2011.)

Today marks the beginning of the seventh year.

Hard to believe what began on April Fools Day 2009 as a 100-day, self imposed, kick-your-butt writer’s bootcamp has blossomed into something remarkably different.

Honestly didn’t think it would last 100 days.

Maybe it was the sheer magnitude of the impossibility that allowed writing five daily, differently-themed blogs to succeed.

If your goal isn’t impossible, you’re not reach high enough.

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Carving Out A Life

The tip of the ‘to-do’ list iceberg

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Three full days of transformational teaching.

Cab booked for 5:15am tomorrow.

First class upgrades on both fights.

Just the tip of the ‘to-do’ list iceberg.

Good luck to all of us today.


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When Do You Start Working?

Dear Son, I'm mindful that success comes with a price. So does selling yourself short.

The work day begins the night before. That may seem a bit compulsive or addictive. (maybe it is) Or, it’s what’s required to be world class.

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October 2009

When’s Your Funeral?

Morbid thought or inspirational thought?

Inspirational thought!


Because when we realize that tomorrow is not guaranteed, perhaps we will put more focus on today.

Looks good on paper, but is incredibly elusive.  The whole “live in the moment” thing is very challenging to do.

Have you ever tried it?  I mean, day after day, after day.  Month after month, after month….

Peak Hurricane Month

What’s The Point?

Five blogs daily.  Every single day.  Seven days a week.  Week after week. Month after month.

Maybe there’s something wrong with me.  Maybe there’s not.

“Aren’t you cutting into your Family time”? Maybe.

Maybe not.  When you’re highly motivated, creative and courageous, what can stop you from chasing your dreams.

Wanna know a little known fact?  After Q1, realized that I wasn’t doing what was promised – write for our son.

Told my son, “You want to be a good reader, read a lot.  Want to be a good runner, run a lot.  Want to be a good writer, write a lot”. This led to a 100 day challenge….