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Uncommon Sense

World-class human blindspot revealed

Apple Home Pod
Arrived last night.

 

Apple Home Pod
Apple limited customers to only be able to order two.

 

Apple Home Pod
One for the office. One for our Family room.

 

Apple Home Pod
Steve Jobs books, my first iPhone box (3GS) and my latest iPhone box (X). Steve Jobs glasses and my first Apple watch upper right on book corner.

 

Apple Home Pod
Goal is two Home Pods for Family Room.

 

Notes to myself
Notes to myself yesterday while biking.

 

Here’s another version from yesterday exploring our universal human blindspot – if we lived our life with the same commitment and conviction as we expect others to have, our lives would be amazing.

 

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Dear Son

There is something about being willing to fail

Walt Disney Partners statue
How many close friends did Walt Disney have when he died?

 

There is something about being willing to fail that is profoundly motivating, at least to me. If you want to teach a child, you must actually do the things you preach – and do them well. The lofty theory you lecture them with is only theory (again, at least to me).

Theory without habitual action is worthless.

A picture of a tool is not a tool.

Theory is only theory.

Until it is not.

Here’s a theory…

To die with five friends is to die rich?

But isn’t more, better?

(no)

Much of what we are fed to believe is based on the herd mentality. Strength in numbers. There’s a time and place for that.

To each his/her own.

Then why do i have so many friends on Facebook?

(Have been struggling with social media. Occasional posts, like this one, are part of my journey.)

 

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Fanatical

Accepting ‘I don’t know’ for a lifetime is a form of codependency, no?

Thanksgiving Dinner table all set
Accepting ‘I don’t know’ for a lifetime is a form of codependency, no?

 

Three reasons why it’s time to figure it out:

1. What we see as weakness in another has actually been handed down to us from our parents (or guardians).

2. Not paying attention to our health manifests itself in different but similar ways – putting off a health habit for so long it backfires.

3. Not pushing back is part of being codependent.

We People are way more capable than we give them credit for.

Being organized enough so we can make regular exercise activity a part of our life is the responsibility of only one person.

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Big City Stuff

Feeling somewhere between coward and hypocrite?

Grown man pees pants in public as if nothing is wrong
Grown man pees pants in public as if nothing is wrong

 

Three people in the photo on Bourbon Street in New Orleans, taken a week ago, the first night of Mardi Gras.

Person on the left, crutches, pink cast on right foot.

Person on right is a street musician. His guitar case is off camera.

Center person. Drunk as a skunk. I’ve never seen a grown man in public pee in his pants. The stream of liquid from his shoes to the curb is urine.

Was too uncomfortable photographing his pants.

Was I supposed to offer help?

Feeling somewhere between coward and hypocrite?

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Make It Simple

The Best Way To Succeed?

He's Chief For A Reason
He's Chief For A Reason

The best way to succeed in life is to act on the advice we give to others.Anonymous

This is what separates the leader from the follower.

We can follow our shadow of fear, or we can walk in front of it and rarely pay attention to it.

Sorry, you already know this.