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Final 120 Days

Now more than ever

Inspiring Twitter post.

Now more than ever is a great time to be thankful for the present moment.

Is it possible to detach from hoped-for outcomes (results)?

Maybe detached is a misleading word.

Is it possible to hope for an outcome yet be at peace if it doesn’t happen?

Is it possible that persistence and tenacity may be the creative way to accept (detach) undesired outcomes while simultaneously being creatively driven (attached?) to keep moving forward?

For example, most cures and technological life enhancements are the result of being “attached” to a vision of the future that’s not only better than now, but much better.

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Final 120 Days

Joyful intensity

Thank you card arrived yesterday.

#Joyfulintensity

The note reads:

Jeff,

I wanted to take a minute, and write you a quick thank you. First off thank you for the phone call a few weeks ago. The energy you brought coupled with your enthusiasm is what created “#JoyfulIntensity“.

I have already coined the phrase at work, and it’s catching on. I also want to thank you for your wonderful book. You stirred up thoughts I have never had before. In a few pages you woke me up!

I appreciate your time by phone, text, or email. Your patience, kindness, and passion shines! I hope your success soars.

#JOYFULINTENSITY

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Dear Son

Bad news and good news

iPhone setup
Last night.

 

Late yesterday a couple of homeowner issues sprung up that are making today more challenging than anticipated.

That’s the “bad” news.

The “good” news is that i have 24 hours to try to rectify before leaving.

i imagine how challenging this would be if i was trying to do it from 2,500 miles away with no wifi or cell signal.

And by no access, i mean literally none – only occasional opportunities before and after the daylight hours.

Additionally, these are first-world issues.

One of the final things we did last night was watching how easy it is to set-up an iPhone X.

 

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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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Rewards

Wrote a simple thank you note

Wrote a simple thank you note to John for his determination and perseverance.

In the card i placed a printed email copy from a client who definitely wants to host a Community Program in Fall 2017.

i have a special place in mind for him to receive it.

 

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On April Fool’s Day 2009, jeff noel began writing five daily, differently-themed blogs (on five different sites). It was to be a 100-day self-imposed “writer’s bootcamp”, in preparation for writing his first book. He hasn’t missed a single day since.