One Question A Day?

What’s your rainy day backup plan?

First day of school photo
Ironic that this was captured in this way yesterday.


What’s your rainy day backup plan?

Being organized, why wouldn’t we plan our funeral in advance?


  • We don’t want to think about death
  • We don’t have time to look that far into the future
  • Plus, it’s a long way off

Is it a long way off?

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Lists Tips Hints Tactics

Thank you Gina from ATT



(photo: The feeling you get when things go better than you expected)

Adding ATT to the short list of businesses Mid Life Celebration is aligning with because of trust, quality and service.

Also on the list is Apple, Disney, GoDaddy, WordPress, Gold’s Gym, USATF.

Thank you Gina at ATT Dr Phillips. Amazing. Professional. Courteous. Patient. Thorough.

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Life Transition (Dec 2014)

Knowing is never enough

Space Mountain


(photo: Space Mountain on the drive home from work last week)

Having a back up plan requires one of two things:

  1. A mountain of preparation.
  2. A complete disregard for the realities about to ensue.

Only one logical, world-class choice.

We know this.

Knowing is never enough.

Nothing counts unless we take action. Six years worth in this case.

We know this too.

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Carving Out A Life

Can we catch up and get ahead in the same weekend?

Apple WWDC screen shot
Is there an app for that?


Away last week on biz. Leaving tomorrow at 6am for six-day International trip.

Can we catch up and get ahead in the same weekend?

Here’s the thing, if we don’t try, what are we left with?

Another in a long list of obvious truths we can embrace or ignore.

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Organization at home is key to getting results

screen shot of mile split for jeff noel
Organized enough to run a decent mile the day before leaving home for four days


Organization at home is key to getting results in all other diverse areas of our lives.

Thinking ahead doesn’t eliminate challenges, but it sure does reduce the number.

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