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Jokers Are Wild

.think .differently about everything

think differently
Challenging to read without a bigger screen. Real life in real time. My email to Jody yesterday.

.think .differently about everything.

It’s good for your soul.

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Disney Creativity & Innovation book

How i spend my whole day

Disney leadership author jeff noel
Two days ago, writing while riding the Walt Disney World Railroad train (Roger Broggie).

 

i spend my whole day helping people see things and think about things they wouldn’t normally see or think about.

Do you know what happens when people see things they didn’t see and think about things didn’t think about?

It finally gives them the answers they need to change things.

 

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Fanatical

What Do You Do?

Imma Traveling Bear
Imma Traveling Bear

Simple question, right?

When asked, is your answer immediate, or do you hesitate?

Time for one more question?

What are you going to do about it?

(next blog)

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End Of The First Year

The Difference?

What's The Difference?
What's The Difference?

The difference between those that make the list and those that don’t, whether they be people, organizations, religions, cultures, ideas, patents, and so on, is this:

Here’s what it takes. And I’m well aware there will be people who disagree with this, and people who embrace it.

And if you don’t have it, you will always be following people who do. Here’s the difference:

Passion!

That’s it.

Passion.  The secret ingredient.  The difference.

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October 2009

jeff noel Burning The Candle?

jeff noel Burning The Candle?

A friend recently asked, “So how has writing five daily blogs affected you. What have you given up”?

I’ve given up:

  • Watching TV
  • Walking our Dog
  • Yard word, particularly our perennial gardens
  • Reading the (online) Orlando Sentinel, CNN, etc
  • Spending time with Family
  • Cut back on exercise (believe it or not)
  • Cut back on sleep (yawn)
  • And a few other things

It struck me later that night, while reflecting on his question and the answers.  Cutting back on work, or anything remotely related to cutting back on work, wasn’t mentioned.

I am addicted to work.  Many people are and simply don’t know it because they associate with others who are the same.

Nevertheless, I’m driven to create something bigger than myself, to help raise money until a cure is found for Crohns disease.  What are you sacrificing?  What are you sacrificing it for?