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Mickey Mouse shape in midwestern farm field from 35k feet


(photo: Mickey Mouse from 35k feet?)

We see what we want to see.

We pay attention to things that are important.

Which helps us see even more of what we want to see.

Even when we are not trying.

Imagine what an Orlando based Motivational Speaker sees, without even trying.

It’s crazy.

Annoys the hell out of some people.

Inspires the heck out of others.

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He hopes he’s right

David Smith sent this email October 7… (will be parking this post at the top for a few days… please scroll down for the daily posts)…

While my faith is not Mormon, I do enjoy their YouTube Channel, especially the music. When I saw the title of this video which was spoken word, I had to listen to it. I think it describes you and what you believe and teach. I hope I’m not wrong.



Live like you mean it.

So what does yesterday’s paradox mean to us today?

instinct is one thing, doing something well is another
the bird was not doing anything it wasn’t born to do
..and neither is the dog

It means whatever you want it to mean. Really. If you’re happy with yourself and your behaviors, you deserve a celebration. If you’re like me and on a slow and steady journey to polish the rough edges, it means there’s work to be done today. Oh, and let’s not forget to pat ourself on the back… for not quitting.

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There’s Almost Always A Message In Each Photo’s Caption

Life's most important messages leave clues and hidden meanings everywhere.

If you’re anything like me (and we’re all the same), you find it challenging to do all the work you’re supposed to do, especially in the continuous improvement department.

Interesting though, continuously improving is the DNA of the company I’ve worked with for 29 years. It’s what I think and do, without thinking. So there’s almost always an important message in the blog photo captions….

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