jeff noel.org on Wednesday is wondering what it would take to have World Class Hope.
Do you know?
Do you know what it takes to be world-class at any endeavor?
Last May, I was at the gym in Orlando, Florida when I had the opportunity to ask Tiger Woods a similar question. So I asked him, “Tiger, if you had one piece of advice for any one wanting to be world class, what would it be?”
Check out jeff noel.com for his answer. I just posted a story there with his answer.
It’s a GREAT day to be curious, eh? Carpe diem, jeff noel 🙂
The calendar feature on Word Press driven websites automatically (if you activate the feature) tracks the cumulative days posts go live each month.
Several months were inaccurately represented because i deleted some posts that had Disney content that i felt never crossed a line, but less secure Disney leaders might flag as too much.
Bottomline, in late 2009, i deleted some posts on every website.
This post corrects the one i deleted from May 12, 2009.
Faith, Hope, Love.
Words to live by, eh?
What motivates you every day?
What inspires you to try to make a difference, even though people or circumstances seem to tell you you’re crazy?
Here’s a thought, posted at Lane 8.org.
You may find it just the thing to help you Dream Big, Get There, and most importantly, Stay There.
Make it a GREAT day, because if you don’t, who will? If not today, when?
Carpe diem, jeff noel 🙂
Happy Mother’s Day!
Our Mother’s Day started at Church.
Today’s sermon was about an unbelievable sinner who became an unbelievable saint.
The Deacon prepared such an incredible message from the first reading, instead of the standard Gospel reading interpretation.
Afterwards, I asked him if I could please get a copy, and he gave me his original. Gracious indeed.
I plan to re-read it this week. There were some key messages. Simple too.
Make it a great Sunday, even if your Family struggles sometimes (or often) with the distance between you – physical and or emotional.
I say that because I was reminded today how much room I have to grow in some of my Family relationships.
It certainly is a two way street, so I am not feeling complete guilt. It takes two to make a relationship work.
Perhaps I can become an incredible saint, even though I often feel like an incredible sinner with some of my Family. Mostly in what I fail to do, like communicate. Ya with me?
Anyway, I better sign off for now. Peace and blessings, jeff 🙂
Blessed Beyond Measure?
What does that mean, blessed beyond measure?
Ever thought about that?
We have so many blessings that it’s almost too good to be true.
But in order to “cash in” on them, I believe we have to be aware.
Not much awareness goes on in an overly busy schedule. I know. I’m ridiculously busy.
This is why I work so hard each day to be aware.
What if you worked hard at this? What do you think you could gain? Go! Carpe diem! jeff 🙂