At the risk of antagonizing LinkedIn trolls

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Click bait? Could be intentional. Might be unintentional. Doesn’t matter. It’s our choice as to what we do.


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Ha. i came back, but replied only to my Disney Institute colleague Fernando’s comment.


The question in the photo above had me thinking. But i resisted the urge to reply.


The first thought was i shouldn’t give away my proprietary approach.

So i left.

Then i started to think about using my answer as today’s blog post material.

So i went back.

But hesitated again.



The second time around i wasn’t going to give the proprietary answer, but rather, insert intrigue – but only in a reply to a commenter, my friend Fernando.

You know, some reply that claims i know, and the bold statement i could get it in under 10 minutes – rather than observe a two-hour meeting.

Note: Give me one minute, individually with the CEO and each of her eight (educated guess) cabinet members and with one question, i’ll know in under 10 minutes.

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By jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five interconnected sites.