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Train like you mean it

Disney Keynote Speaker
The new, contracted employee is doing a wonderful job of learning on the job.

 

Helping others is why we exist.

 

Working together magnifies individual effort.

Magnified effort delivers a deeper and broader result.

You are given a fish and you are fed for the day.

You are taught to fish and you feed yourself for a lifetime.

You pass this on (teach others) and there is a positive ripple effect.

Helping perpetuates itself.

 

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Dear Boomers

How much hassle and headache does your job require?

Whitehouse press briefing
There’s a long list of jobs most people will run from. Screen shot from You Tube yesterday…White House Press briefing.

 

How much hassle and headache does your job require?

How do you manage this?

Does it impact your peace?

 

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This Might Change Your Life

Is who you are what you do?

Neither a school teacher, nor a student, at a Catholic school… but teaching is what I do… all day, every day…

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Teaching is not what I do, it’s who I am.

Insight: There’s ridiculous power in conviction.

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Prayers Please

We Pray For The Unemployed, Underemployed, And Their Families

May everyone who wishes to, have a welcome sign like this to travel under.

Dear Heavenly Father, we pray that all those unemployed or underemployed will find creative ways to survive, take comfort, and find peace in your grace and mercy, until they can regain their prosperity.

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Found Happiness yet?

It’s not doing what you like that’s important – it’s liking what you do“. — Eric Butterworth

It took me a long time to understand this. Better late than never, eh? Carpe diem, jeff noel 🙂