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Midlife Celebration Follows jeff noel’s 97/3 Rule

Few walk against the grain.

Dear Son, the facts of life are real, but no one would ever describe them as fair. But life’s facts are indeed, fair. Surrendering, serving others, and self-control are extremely simple concepts to grasp – common sense one might say, but far from common practice. Can 2012 be our best year ever? Probably for 3%.

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Peace, Love & Mickey Mouse

Peace, Love & Mickey Mouse

So easy to believe in Peace, Love and Mickey Mouse, isn’t it? Most American Baby Boomers have grown up loving Mickey Mouse, Walt Disney and everything The Disney Company stands for. Midlife Celebration’s jeff noel works desperately hard to love Faith, Hope and Love, God and Jesus disproportionately more.

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Mid Life Celebration Wishes Everyone A Joyous Holiday Season

Why so many? What do they seek?

Midlife Celebration’s founder, jeff noel, has seen many dreams come true in his hometown, Walt Disney World Resort. So many make the pilgrimage to Orlando every year. Why so many? What do they seek? And what does this have to do with a joyous holiday season? Hmm.

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Boomers, Why Is It That Our Life Choices Are Usually Inspirational Or Embarrassing?

Lane 8, a blog about striving for the worst lane? Seriously?

Why is it, Boomers, that our choices are usually inspirational or embarrassing? If we go, it inspires, if we falter or flee, it embarrasses. Maybe this is the fight or flight survival instinct animals are born with. jeff noel often poses a question when he’s faced with fight or flight, “Ten years from now, will anyone remember or care about this?”

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Mid Life Celebration Has A (Very) Hidden Cross In It’s Logo, Says Founder jeff noel

Mid Life Celebration logo and the hidden cross

There are two hidden crosses in Mid Life Celebration’s logo, says founder jeff noel. One, he says is fairly obvious, but unintentional. The real cross is literally imperceptable. Today’s post was inspired by yesterday’s post and the courage of Chick-fil-A to not hide what they believe. Courage can be contagious. It can also be easy to run from. Which it is, is up to us.

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