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Quotes

Figure it out

Glacier National Park
GNP.

I have never liked working. To me, a job is an invasion of privacy.

Danny McGoorty

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Rewards

Everything was perfect

Disney management consultant

 

Everything was perfect.

We worked so hard on the back end to ensure an excellent product. The printer is part of the success recipe and they did an awesome job making sure everything was exactly as we had hoped.

Can’t wait to use the new interior design. Lots of white space for participants to write how they believe the content applies to their specific situation.

 

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One Question A Day?

What do you do jeff noel?

Disney Health care Keynote Speaker
Florida Hospital Winter Garden under construction, March 12, 2015.

 

Without blinding passion we are merely a dormant force, full of untapped possibility. We are like flint waiting to be stuck to produce a spark.

And yet it may never happen.

It’s hard to surrender our precious time, because it takes lots of precious time to convince ourselves why we are here on this planet.

The first, most magnificent day in your life is the day you were born. The second is when you figure out why.

What do you do jeff noel?

i give speeches to change the world.

What’s your impossible dream?

Photo above: Odds are high (but not guaranteed) this hospital will once again call on jeff noel to help them operationalize their healthcare culture.

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End Of The First Year

Regret Is Awesome

Yesterday, as I was adding some tags to the blog post, I typed Regret. That word came to mind because it was the key driver in the decision to ride a bicycle across the country. Or not.

If I didn’t do it before I settled down and started a career somewhere, I knew I would probably never have the chance again.

Job, career, marriage, house, bills, family, kids, responsibilities, worries, challenges, health, cars, vacations, promotions, yada yada.

And so on October 5, 1982, with $75 in my pocket, I left Philadelphia for Washington State.

Regret is awesome.  Otherwise, I would never have left.