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Organizational Determination

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We sat in the same front row spot every Sunday for the last show of the day. We were “regulars”. And one time, this happened.
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Little boy’s favorite.

Organizational Determination.

Determination, to me, means wanting what you want so badly, it’s as important as oxygen.

You need it to live.

For a company, it should be organizational vibrancy.

For me, it’s personal vibrancy.

Life is not a dress rehearsal. Live like you mean it.

Pro tip: Learn to not fear death. The real fear worth fearing is the fear of not coming alive before you die.

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Making progress helps

This is one way to organize. Come moving day, and moving day will one day arrive, how objectively easy will moving be?

Making progress helps us make more progress.

Not making progress inhibits progress.

Period.

Solution?

Find a million ways to stay motivated.

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Carving Out A Life

As organized as you want to be

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Scribbled on a Disney Eyes and Ears Cast member Newsletter. One line for each of life’s five big choices: mind, body, spirit, work, home.

As organized as you want to be?

Why not?

What can you do to creatively work on this?

When will you start?

What will you do when you hit obstacles?

What will motivate you to push through all the discomfort that any type of change predictably brings?

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When Your Life Changes

The highlight of the day was

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Yesterday on the Grand Canyon Concourse.

 

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Yesterday while walking around Disney’s Contemporary Resort.

 

Disney wet paint sign
Walking through the convention center second floor.

 

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Additional context.

 

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Walking back to bicycle parking.

 

The highlight of the day yesterday, by far, was my wife coming into the office at 5:15AM and saying she was heading down(stairs).

“Heading down” is code for let’s go do our daily run.

Yes, 5:15AM, on a Monday, in the cold (for us) and dark.

And by the way, 5:15AM, Monday through Friday is our routine, since August 2018.

Beginning at 5:00AM when i awoke yesterday, i was so wrapped up in catching up after being in South America last week that i had actually forgotten about the morning run.

 

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Where you set the bar is always an obligation

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Daylight when i arrived yesterday and dark when i left.

 

Most people don’t aim for a great life because they settle for a very good life or even an ok (average?) life.

Remember, there is no harm and no foul with where you set your life’s bar.

What is critical for happiness – and most people ignore this – is that you can’t wish for more or better and leave the bar set where you set it.

Also, a high bar doesn’t automatically equate to happiness either.

If the habits and rituals you carry aren’t serving you – no matter where your bar is set – how will you respond long-term?

 

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