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Which way should you go?

Which way should you go?

It’s simple, for high performers anyway, go the long way.

The long way is the shortcut.

PS. Could we use our same strengths (Habit, dialogue, consistency, etc) that created negative habits (overeating, giving up on being organized, etc) to reverse engineer our lives to an approach mindset?

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Growing Up

Time flies in five year increments

This is priceless. Most organizations can not articulate a purpose statement. Five years from now this will be forgotten or it will be the DNA everyone talks about.

Time flies in five year increments.

One year goes by and we barely notice.

Five years go by and we are like, “Wow, i’ve learned so much in the past five years.”

In three days, it’s Halloween 2019 which means i’ve been retired from Disney for five years.

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Completely Different?

An underrated personal chore

This is one successful person’s theory.

An underrated personal chore is organizing your schedule to facilitate time and resources for personal development.

Dee Hock, Visa founder and former CEO, built the first billion-dollar company.

He proclaims he spent 40% of his time managing himself.

As CEO of You, Inc, think about how valuable investing in yourself is.

Then act accordingly.

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Final 120 Days

Personal Organization creates moments

Yesterday a tiny spider was trapped in our kitchen sink. The spider a minute later was set free.
Contact for spider’s size. Spider on upper left paper towel edge.

Personal Organization creates moments. Moments as small and insignificant as coaxing (it took some creative effort and time) a tiny spider onto a paper towel to save it’s life.

Son, thank you for your compassion. It inspires me.

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Final 120 Days

Sure, it’s lofty (and simple)

Began reading (again) Life of Pi last night.

It would be great if most days we could:

  • Sit outside, doing nothing.
  • Read a few (10-30) minutes every night.
  • Play frisbee for a few minutes (7-15) most nights, before or after sitting doing nothing.
  • Play video games together 30 minutes most nights.

Son, if your goal isn’t impossible, you’re not reaching high enough.

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