The opportunity in disappointment

Apple Watch fitness app screenshot
We started around 6:45 AM today. Cheryl’s Yoga class was cancelled. The disappoint for her is opportunity for me. Six miles together, then another four doing yard work.

The older you get, the more valuable discretionary time and self-propelled movement becomes.

How do i know?

Guess.

Ps. In case it ain’t obvious, i’m (we are) living proof.

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Lead your way

15-second video: 7:00AM is showtime!
Concrete crew pouring homeowner driveway
First truck. Go time!

Spent two hours sitting on the roof.

Watched.

Reflected.

Smiled.

Counted blessings.

Basked in the early Sun.

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Comparison watcher

Jeff Bezos social media post with a quote
Change what you see and what you see changes.

How do i measure up?

Who seems to already have what i seek to achieve?

What realities do successful people never confess?

Am i even aware of success’s cost?

If i knew the truth about “successful” people, would i still chase “success”?

Who is the most personally vibrant person i know?

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Motivational pyramid scheme?

32-second video: The top-tier motivation is simple and profound.

Motivational pyramid scheme?

No, but it resembles one.

The pyramid illustration is identical.

The process is identical.

The motive is polar opposite.

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That’s the goal isn’t it?

7-second video: There’s a special relationship between the Cockerells, Maberrys and the Noels. Special relationship between Glacier and Disney too. Note: Lee’s Main Street Window is above my head.

Walking through Disney University (DU) this morning had the chance to chat with a Cast Member in the DU lobby.

She began her 41-year career in 1981 at Magic Kingdom Food and Beverage.

After 21 years in F&B Ops, she’s spent the past two decades in Training Operations, including the past year at DU.

On the walk home, nearing DU, this question came to mind…

Do you still feel like you did on Day One?

For each of us, that’s the goal isn’t it?

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