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Completely Different?

An underrated personal chore

This is one successful person’s theory.

An underrated personal chore is organizing your schedule to facilitate time and resources for personal development.

Dee Hock, Visa founder and former CEO, built the first billion-dollar company.

He proclaims he spent 40% of his time managing himself.

As CEO of You, Inc, think about how valuable investing in yourself is.

Then act accordingly.

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Uncommon Sense

Does personal growth have a legit plateau?

Disney Keynote Speaker jeff noel
Reviewing photos for an upcoming speech and found this one.
Disney speaker jeff noel's home office
From 2013, on the job, sharing world-class Disney business insights.

Does personal growth have a legit plateau?

It does, or it doesn’t, and it depends on what you think.

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Dear Son

Saturdays are work days too

Home improvement
Home improvement crew arrived at 7am.

 

Home improvement
Stan is one of seven team members. Stan is an Electrician. We ran power from House to Pool Pump House and a new irrigation well.

 

Home improvement
About 100′ from house to Well.

 

Home improvement
Ran electric inside the pool pump house to install the Irrigation Control panel box.

 

Home improvement
Thanks to Irma last week, only a few inches below the surface and you hit water.

 

Home improvement
Perspective from inside pump house.

 

Home improvement
Perspective from Well to pump house.

 

Home improvement
Irrigation panel and future outside light controls.

 

Home improvement
Much easier when dry.

 

Home improvement
Regulars in the yard.

 

When i booked today’s flight to Ohio, i intentionally secured an 11:30am departure.

Why?

To allow for a bike ride this Sunday morning.

Enough time for however far i can go in two hours.

Next up, Walt Disney World.

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Disney Creativity & Innovation book

Disney’s Continuous Improvement Process

Disney stroller process
This cardboard placard was a Cast Member idea.

 

Disney stroller process
The plastic sleeve was also a Cast Member idea.

 

Disney stroller process
See how the two compliment each other.

 

Disney stroller process
At any train Station, simply remove the cardboard placard and leave the stroller behind. Pick any empty stroller at your next stop.

 

Disney's Continuous Improvement Process
Plenty of parking for empty strollers for arriving Guests.

 

Sharing is taken for granted because we think our issue and solution only applies to our line of business.

The Painters at Central Shops created a propellor-like drill bit to allow for faster and better paint mixing of large quantities of product.

The Chefs at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort saw what the painters did and adapted the same process for mixing large quantities of salad dressings, soups, and sauces.

 

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Corporate Architect Posts

The road to excellence has no finish line

Disney Monorail
Walking to car last night.

 

Disney Bus Stop wait time board
Walking to the car last night.

 

Disney Bus Stop wait time board
The path to excellence has no finish line.

 

The road to excellence has no finish line.

Waiting at a Disney Bus stop used to be one of the most frustrating parts of the Guest experience. Over time, we have worked hard (and maybe too slowly in the eyes of our Guests) to slay that negative stereotype.

It’s worth repeating, the road to excellence has no finish line.

 

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