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Final 120 Days

Sure, it’s lofty (and simple)

Began reading (again) Life of Pi last night.

It would be great if most days we could:

  • Sit outside, doing nothing.
  • Read a few (10-30) minutes every night.
  • Play frisbee for a few minutes (7-15) most nights, before or after sitting doing nothing.
  • Play video games together 30 minutes most nights.

Son, if your goal isn’t impossible, you’re not reaching high enough.

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Spring Grove

Avoiding home trauma

Spring Grove, PA
The apartment complex is just on the right.
Spring Grove, PA
One block down from the railroad tracks is my confirmation Church and the Paper Mill HQ.
Spring Grove, PA
If the shoe fits…The Paper Town Inn.
Spring Grove, PA
Next to the Paper Mill is where my Family is buried.
Spring Grove, PA
The Spring Grove Cemetary.
Spring Grove, PA Cemetary
My Dad’s (and stepmom’s) headstone.
Spring Grove, PA Cemetary
My Aunt’s headstone. Jennifer never married.
Spring Grove, PA Cemetary
My Grandparent’s headstone.
Spring Grove, PA Cemetary
More family…people i know nothing of.
Spring Grove, PA
Grew up here, age 5 – 23. My Mom still lives here.

The most organized people are the ones who are irrationally passionate about being organized.

Disorganized people (i was one) claim being organized is too difficult. Having been disorganized and organized, i have found that the effort is similar but the hope and freedom are polar opposites.

To be disorganized, for them, would be trauma to their home.

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Small Town stuff

Low key on an exciting trip

Disney Speaker jeff noel
Partners In Excellence.

Low key on an exciting trip.

Why?

These blogs are personal.

And yet while personal, they are packed with subtle and sometimes obvious Disney business insights.

These blogs are also public.

And therein lies the low key approach. What we did as a Family the past three days has been a once in a lifetime opportunity.

Will this change in the future? Maybe. Maybe not. But for right now, from our 10th-floor hotel room window as the frigid darkness turns to dawn, low key seems like the right key.

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Growing Up

One step up from homelessness, but it’s still the HQ

cousins on the front porch
We only sat around the house the final 30 minutes.

 

The only part of our home i showed Randy was the office, so he could picture where i sit during most of our calls.

Why that matters is lost on me.

 

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One Question A Day?

How do we slay inertia?

Van at Yellow Dog Eats
You can eat in this van.

 

van at yellow dog eats
View from parking lot.

 

van at yellow dog eats
View from the rear.

 

van at yellow dog eats
View from the front. Quirky place – kinda like quirky adults who live in child-adult world. Could be a sign or symptom of mental illness or some other unhealthy manifestation.

 

How do we slay inertia?

i believe it’s not possible until a bonafide adult-to-adult mindset is established and maintained.

Any adult who places themselves in the child position (waiting for permission and don’t make a mistake) is not going to have an open,  receptive, and growth mindset.

And any adult who is in the growth mindset (adult-adult) who doesn’t insist on adult to adult conduct is perpetuating an unhealthy, codependent, and insidiously toxic relationship.

 

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