What doesn’t feel like work?

home made face masks
Cheryl has been making COVID-19 masks.
home made face masks
Each mask has a hypoallergenic pillowcase fabric liner.

What doesn’t feel like work?

When Cheryl is creating, she is in a joy-filled place.

Time stands still.

Cooking, sewing, painting, designing, gardening, organizing, writing, you name it.

For me it’s taking risks, .thinking .differently and envisioning a future that’s not only better than now but much better than now.

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Everything is easy

Apple iPhone 6 screen shot
The right business model can accommodate a pocket sized business model.


Everything is easy when you know how to do it.

Do you find being organized difficult?

Here’s what i’ve come to accept about my organizational shortcomings:

  • Nothing will change if i don’t want the change bad enough
  • Failure used to stop me from continuing the journey
  • Continuing the journey (trying again and again) leads to breakthroughs
  • It’s easy to make excuses
  • It’s even easier to get used to being disorganized

i accept the truth that our degree of personal organization is the degree to which all other things in our life prosper or flounder.

Going digital, also known as going paperless, is a huge adjustment for paper dependent people.

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Are You “On Purpose”?

The reason I write five blogs (every single day) is because I believe life offers us four big choices.

So, there’s a blog for each of life’s big choices, plus this one.

This blog serves as an Internet storefront, a warehouse, a gathering spot, headquarters, corporate, etc.

Yesterday, I was asked if I’m spread too thin.  Heck yes.  Most people who are employed are spread incredibly thin.

I’m thankful for the thinness.  Hope it doesn’t last forever though. There are too many people who need jobs.

And when you are writing for your young son to discern life’s four big choices, the writing comes pretty easy.

Carpe diem, jeff noel 🙂