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Life Transition (Dec 2014)

Take your time but hurry up

Middle aged group walking along country road

 

(photo: It was so sunny and dry when the trip started. What happens when stormy weather unexpectedly arrives?)

Be organized enough for incredible risk taking.

Looks good on paper.

What about real life?

Guess we’ll have to wait and see.

Take your time but hurry up.

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Fanatical

Dare not dare at home

Declutter
If necessary, hire someone, although that would be a last resort.

 

Dare not dare at home.

Be organized.

Get rid of unnecessary clutter.

Go.

Today.

Do some.

Tomorrow do some more.

Even if it’s only one thing a day.

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When Your Life Changes

Everyday that we follow our dream is a risk. Because it might not come true.

IZOD Center inside photo from the floor level
Everyday that we follow our dream is a risk. Because it might not come true.

 

Choices are the hinges of destiny. – Pythagoras

Everyday that we follow our dream is a risk.

Because it might not come true.

Then again, it just might work.

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Book publishing

Be willing to accept frustration and obstacles if…

Amway Center basketball court closeup photo
Love dark blue, and being on the court at the Amway Center

 

The challenge with getting and staying organized is how often the pressure is high. Unrelenting it seems is the norm.

Stumbled upon another to-do item last night. Amazon Author page.

This led to another issue. Book pricing.

What was requested and what has actually happened is way off.

Insight: Be willing to accept frustration and obstacles if you are going to do most things radically different from societal (or industry) norms.

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Mid Life Celebration

The Glorious Part Of Risk During Midlife Is That It’s Even Riskier To Not Take The Risk

There's small risk, like climbing a little higher for a seat...
And then there's huge risk, having a dream many aren't ready for...

Both photos were taken from the same spot. But both have very different interpretations, although the theme (risk) is the same.

Some midlife adults take small risks and a few go large. But most Baby Boomers do neither. If you’re reading this, this either excites you or you’ll never come back. Perfect!

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