Home stress, free at last

wardrobe bin
October 31, 2014…as a Full-time Salaried Cast Member, last task i did “On Property” was turn in the Jungle Cruise hat to Magic Kingdom Wardrobe. My boss, Wayne Gagne, signed it out for me and i can’t recall why.

Home stress, free at last.

The paperwork of life causes a boatload of stress on adults.

Agree? Disagree?

Look around at your immediate family, your closest friends, and most trusted work colleagues.

Nirvana?

Issues a mile long?

Probably nirvana, right?

Ok, that was sarcasm.

Prioritize your priorities and watch what happens.

Pro tip: prioritizing your priorities and then living them out daily, for decades – this may take decades.

Stay the course.

Launch, learn, revise.

Repeat.

You can rest from this after you die (as far as anyone can tell).

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Make yourself smile

Disney customer speaker jeff Noel’s first book
The intentionality to orchestrate this photo is decently deep and broad. 

When i see a photo like this one, it’s impossible to not smile. 

The sheer effort to pull this photo off would make others cry. For me, it never felt like work nor like a burden. 

Freedom is being organized with your priorities so that you avoid the feeling that life is work. 

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Change what you organize

Granite Park Chalet, lower right, at 6,600′ is about 35-mile drive from a rural road, plus an 8-mile hike. Without electricity, running water, heat, or flushing toilets, you see new things.

Organize what you see and what you see changes.

When an overwhelmingly cluttered desk is cleared of all clutter, you see life (and everything) differently.

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Obnoxiously in the zone

This is what a zealot looks like, at least the Disney/Glacier version.

Obnoxiously in the zone.

What?

i’m experiencing a David versus Goliath type of business freedom that i never saw coming.

Never dreamed of this freedom.

Never wished for this powerful freedom.

What is Goliath going to do if i walk away?

What seemed like a sure thing for Goliath is looming as a loss. And not only a loss, but a once in a lifetime loss.

Why?

Long story short: world-class, time-tested wisdom, expertise, and enthusiasm in a rare, unquestionably trustworthy partner is gone forever.

And for me?

A loss i hate to take but one i can afford.

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The beauty of lightness

Every tiny spider we find in our house has great odds of being caught and released. Only a life with margin in its schedule will think this scenario though and act on it.

The beauty of lightness.

Unencumbered.

Beauty.

Joy.

Gratitude.

Humility.

Just a brief thought-riff on the lightness i’m beginning to feel again. Haven’t felt this light since returning from Glacier National Park 40 days ago.

Light meaning caught up, not overwhelmed, proactive, margin in my daily routine.

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