Those books. When? Soon? Please.
The greatest trap is telling yourself you’ll do something important later. Tomorrow.
Today is yesterday’s tomorrow.
Excuses feed apathy.
Apathy feeds waiting and doing nothing.
The longer you wait the harder it gets.
“Later” is where dreams go to die.
Say that again, “Later is where dreams go to die.”
Rejoice, once again, in your initiative.
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LAX airport 6:15am a few days ago. The image kept changing.
Where would i be if i had not begun writing five daily, differently-themed blogs on April Fools Day 2009?
And on the miraculous completion of the 100-day self-imposed writer’s boot camp challenge, where would i be if i had not decided to write on the 101st day?
On April Fool’s Day 2009, jeff noel began writing five daily, differently-themed blogs (on five different sites). It was to be a 100-day self-imposed “writer’s bootcamp”, in preparation for writing his first book. He hasn’t missed a single day since.
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This past weekend.
It’s astonishing how simple it is to bring joy to our life. A park bench on a Saturday afternoon, waiting to pick up your child from a visit with his friend.
Personal organization often consists of being able to make the most of doing nothing but waiting.
After it got dark last night, we decided to go to Epcot for dinner at Japan’s Katsura Cafe. Counter service, fast, convenient, and a healthy, almost three-mile roundtrip walk.
Heavily motivated to take jungle jeff’s mind off of the fact that the first keynote speaking check should arrive with the mail. The wait was “killing him”.
The wonderfully cool evening air and mild attendance made it a wonderful distraction that paid off when we arrived home.
On a side note, Face Timed Cheryl at Disneyland (she’s there working for 10 days) and she got to see the opening of the envelope. A catalytic milestone earning the same fee Disney Institute commands.
(photo: Last night at the big city intersection, waiting for a green light.)
Waiting for permission to go is deadly. Not at an intersection when the light is red, but in life when the light is green and we still don’t go.
Six years ago this month the first blog posts were written. A few here, a few there. Nothing really.
And then he granted himself permission to fail. Try to write five differently themed posts for 100 consecutive days (it was certainly doomed to fail)…
Whatever you’re waiting for, hasn’t it been long enough?