The Internet’s Only Five-A-Day Blogger Challenges You To Consider This Opportunity

Typical day at the office for jeff noel, one of the Internet's most prolific bloggers

Everyday I write five short, pithy posts about life’s big choices, to help people think, smile and be grateful.

What began as a late blooming Father’s idea to leave a trail for his young son, has morphed into The Internet’s Only Five-A-Day Blogger. The beauty in beginning is that there’s a middle and an end. The trick is to start small (a new step forward) and never stop moving forward.

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What’s The Most Important Thing A Successful Leader Should Do Four Days Before Christmas?

No rest for a weary (and thankful) leader

Where should a leader focus her valuable time and energy during hectic holiday periods? Same place as always. Spilt your thinking into three big chunks: what you did yesterday, what you are doing today, and what you need to do tomorrow. Go.

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Blogging And Social Media If Done Well, Can Spread Ideas Faster Than Any Other Medium

Epcot's Spaceship Earth Helps Disney Guests Understand The History of Communication

Running TV or newspaper ads is expensive. Or use You Tube, Twitter, Blogging, Facebook, their cost is almost zero.

Hardly a company out there that doesn’t have a “follow us” on Facebook and Twitter. Why is that? Duh. These viral addresses are now as important as a physical address used to be.

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Using The First Two As Excuses Makes Us Look Bad, Even If We Have No Clue Of It

No Secret Here

There’s a very simple reason blind spots are called just that, blind spots. The only person who can’t see the obvious, is the one who has no clue. In our own unique way, we each have a ton of blind spots. Time gives us opportunity (try) to self-correct. Or not.

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