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When Your Life Changes

Culture is when we do this without thinking

Florida Sand Hill Crane in yard
Look deeply into their eyes and see the truth

 

Culture is when we do this without thinking – everything.

Culture is what we think and do without thinking.

How committed would you be to organizing your efforts around crystal clear communication with the leaders within a group (work group, community group, Family unit, etc) , even though we might see each other a few brief times each year?

This is an incredible test of patience, and…

Leading with humility and forgiveness and gratitude – even if you have no title.

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Mid Life Celebration

Are Baby Boomers Too Old To Lead A Nation Wide Health Revolution?

Our journey should pursue balance with Life's (5) Big Choices

One of the main, insidious reasons our nation is in an obesity epidemic is because when young look at old, they see what they think is an inevitable jail sentence.

What if the nationwide health landscape for older Americans, especially Baby Boomers, looked vibrant, happy, healthy, active and alive?

PS. This is Mid Life Celebration’s 5,000th blog post. Wanted to commemorate this prolific blogging milestone on 11.11.11

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Dear Son

What, 5/5

Prioritize your schedule or schedule your priorities.

One manages. One leads.

One uses a clock. The other, a compass.

Life changing…

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Nine Months Later

Chicago Library Is Threatened

Chicago Library Lower Right
Chicago Library Lower Right

Earlier this morning, we talked about how Libraries and book stores are going to go away. Can’t predict when, but it will happen.

Unless Libraries and bookstores reinvent the book paradigm.

They will either become victims or victors to creative thinking and shifting consumer demands and trends.

While today’s first (this is the second) jeffnoel.com post is only a few hours old, this jeff noel One-Take-You Tube video dates back to August 20, 2009, nearly five months ago.

I was simply walking down a busy Chicago street, on the way to the Willis Tower (Western Hemisphere’s tallest building), and stopped, looked across the street at the Chicago Library, had an epiphany, pulled the camera out on my pocket, took a deep breath and here’s what happened: