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First 30 Days

Will today be the best day of your life?

It depends.

On what?

Many things probably.

I’m guessing if it’s gonna be my best day, I’ll have to really be “in the moment” and focus repeatedly on the multitude of blessings that are mostly invisible to the naked eye.

You up for the challenge?   If not you, who?  If not today, when?   Carpe diem, jeff noel  🙂

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First 30 Days

You can’t be serious?

Why not?

Why not what?

The only difference between can and can not is three letters.

Plus the courage, and will, to control our attitude.

Carpe diem, jeff noel  🙂

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First 30 Days

Five blogs?

Five blogs.   Yes.   Five.  

Why five?

That’s where fate has led me. 

Crazy?   Maybe.   Maybe not.   Where has fate led you?

This is all so new.   Seriously.   The blogging has only been happening consistently since February 2009.

It’s exciting most of the time.  Scary some of the time.  Taxing some of the time.   And always, all of the time, a privilege.

Here’s a post from yesterday at jeff noel.org – it lists all five links, if you’re inclined to look.

Make today a day to “Do Something Great”, because if you don’t, who will?  Carpe diem,  jeff noel

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First 30 Days

Carpe diem

What does that mean, “carpe diem”?

Most people, myself included, think it means, “Seize the day“!

Here are some thoughts I just found on “seize the day”:

Every man dies.  Not every man really lives.  ~Braveheart

As you grow older, you’ll find the only things you regret are the things you didn’t do.  ~Zachary Scott

Dream as if you’ll live forever.  Live as if you’ll die today.  ~James Dean

I’m glad I have a website.  I put if off for a long time.  I was lazy, worried, busy, ignorant, etc.  Do you have a website?  Great if you do.  If you don’t, why not.  Live, before you die.  Carpe diem, jeff noel  🙂

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Mid Life Celebration

I waited seven years

When was the last time you waited seven years for something really important?

Well, I waited seven years to claim an internet, “mainstreet” storefront.

I attribute it all to luck.  You know the saying, “The harder you work, the luckier you get”.

This website and blog, www.jeffnoel.com , required patience and creativity. Not to mention a lot of hard work.

The payoff?

If you have your name as a dot com, then you know how lucky you are. If you have it as a dot net or dot org, you know the value of dot com.

If you could care less about the internet and it’s amazing business capabilities, well, then none of this will make any sense to you.

No worries though. It’s all good. To each his own as the saying goes.

Just wanted to say thank you to the “hard work gods” that helped make this possible.

See ya tomorrow. Carpe diem, jeff noel 🙂