Listen and act

Tim Cook at Apple HQ
Zooming in, any visual clues?

Listen and act.

Possibility only sprouts when you listen and act.

Listen to yourself.

Act, even irrationally sometimes, if that’s what it takes to move you away from “No!”

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Solo artists

Glacier National Park
GNP. The three most important Disney Characters this trip.

I think anything like that — which is contemplative, silent, shows a person alone — people always feel sad. Is it because we’ve lost the art of being alone?

Andrew Wyeth

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Run some diagnostics

GNP.

It is no simple matter to pause in the midst of one’s maturity, when life is full of function, to examine what are the principles which control that functioning.

Pearl S Buck

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The antithesis of productivity

Getting away from your normal routine is a brilliant way to .think .differently

The antithesis of productivity is pausing to think.

Self-reflection in a busy world (and the world is and has always been busy) is challenging, if not impossible.

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Life is hard, which is the main reason self-reflection is critical

Disney Culture Speaker
Disney Culture Speaker

 

Life is hard, which is the main reason self-reflection is critical

This Summer experts officially labeled Gaming Disorder an addiction that affects mental health.

When we are distracted, medicated, and entertained, we justify creative excuses for not finding time to pause, reflect, and make adjustments for what is a clear path to destructive habits.

A couple classics:

  • i deserve this treat.
  • i have everything under control. i can quit or skip days whenever i want.
  • You worry too much.

 

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