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Drifting in unstructure

Mt. Oberlin summit (8,200′), Glacier National Park, 2019.

Drifting in unstructure.

Steeped in effective and efficient structure and processes as if Disney ran our life, we are now adrift in a sea of uncertainty with the two-week mandatory self-quarantine.

We can still see shore, but we are definitely drifting away from everything we’ve known about our economy and our ability to thrive (or simply survive, or perhaps even to not starve).

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Completely Different?

150 items?

coaching call notes
Coaching for four perspectives: executive, operations, entrepreneurship, life balance.
Onward movie ticket stubs
Simply a time stamp to yesterday’s world premiere of Disney/Pixar’s Onward.
Chain noel playing chess
Move number four, last night after the movie.
Check in Chess
Move number five was checkmate.

150 items?

What if you could only own 150 items?

If you wanted to add a 151st item, you’d have to remove one existing item to keep your list at 150.

Could you do it?

Would you even want to?

Why?

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Carving Out A Life

Can you see it?

There is much to learn from Disney. If Disney Ran Your Life is a concept that has transformed mine.

Can you see it?

What?

Can you see your future?

Can you see how the daily grind in mind, body, spirit, work, and home works like compound interest over time, yielding remarkable results from the investment of structure and processes that you control?

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He's Just Lucky

Wanna organize?

Yesterday’s highlight: an open sliding door, steady rain falling, sharing an inspiring YouTube video on the phone, getting horizontally comfortable, falling asleep on my lap.

Wanna organize?

Organize to maximize your potential.

How?

Structure. Processes.

Lead and design with simplicity and scalability.

Why?

To enjoy the depth, breadth, and richness of life’s simplistic, most divine moments – when there’s not a care in the world and you want for nothing.

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Organized like Disney

The remodeling crew claims this isn’t their ladder so they left it. Because it’s an extra, it stays here for easy access from first floor roof to second floor roof. Organized like Disney. The ladder doesn’t set in the up position until used.

Organized like Disney.

Learned yesterday that i take for granted easily climbing out a window onto one roof and then climbing to the top of a second roof. Don’t know of any other 60-year olds with this habit. There will come a time when you look back and wish you could still do something that used to be easy.

Be organized enough to allow for fun, childish behaviors to flourish.

Without a robust sense of agility and balance, plus a calendar with margin baked in, doesn’t matter if you have a ladder.

But if you have those things covered and all you need is a ladder, be organized for daily opportunity.

Without the extra ladder positioned as it is in the photo, there’d be no new roof self-reflection habit.

What did you learn yesterday that you didn’t know the previous day?

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