Thank you prolific writing

Note to Walt Disney
Wrote this to Walt at a ceremonial legacy event at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, inside One Man’s Dream Attraction.

Thank you prolific writing.

For what?

For the BFO’s.

For the aha’s.

For the fun.

For the transformation.

For the artistry.

For leaving a trail.

For the self-discovered insights.

For the two hours of writing this morning.

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Should writing become a lesser priority?

Disney Pixar character Carl posing with three women
Carl had some regrets. One of these amazing women has called it “quits”. Adventure awaits, right?

Should writing become a lesser priority?

This question (above) may be the insight that the past week on Mars is leading me to.

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Yesterday’s surrender

family of four hiking near small waterfall
Gunsight Pass Trail, July 2021.

Yesterday’s surrender posts were inspired by today’s content thread – adversity.

Writing is great medicine.

Happy present moment.

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What daily writing needs at home

Disney Customer Service Speaker Jeff noel
Such a surprise to see this on Dr Schuler’s IG. He founded VSI in 1992.
This pic is to read the second half of the post description.

What does daily writing need at home?

Daily writing needs your priorities to be prioritized. It needs your writing structure and writing processes to be consistently simple, consistently honed, consistently original, and consistently inspiring – only the inspired inspire.

Inspire yourself.

Every day.

All day.

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Wait, you’re kidding me

The Book, Mid Life Celebration next to U of Oregon T-shirt
The book is a resource for our son.

You: You’re kidding, right?

You: I didn’t sign up to get grilled by someone I barely know.

Me: So.

You: So what are you doing. Feels like I made mistake.

Me: Really? A mistake? Interesting. You really think you might have made a mistake? Or, maybe, you’re subconsciously thinking, “Thank God. I’ve been waiting for someone to rub me the wrong way. But in a good way, a refreshing way. A way that might finally help me get unstuck.”

Me: Yeah, i’m good like that. But, please, make no mistake, if you continue, you’re gonna have to commit to working like you are trying to make your Country’s Olympic Team.

Me: No bull crap. Full-on. All-in.

Me: And you have to agree to slow and steady. There will be no forcing speed for a natural process that can’t be hurried.

Me: What this will demand (yes, you heard it, demand) from you is daily all-in commitment. That’s the only way slow and steady works. Most people have never heard of this life hack.

Me: You’re welcome.

You: Speechless and smiling (well, more like grinning).

Me: Breaks into a similar grin, knowing you now have felt what you came here to feel.

Me: Quietly giving thanks to the Universe, God, energy, karma, and every other good thing that is invisible, yet can be tangibly felt.

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