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Final 120 Days

The key to traveling light

Shipping these clothes to Glacier. Need to wear them for a speech in Mexico.

The key to traveling light is to actually decide to do it and then act.

Wishing to travel light isn’t effective.

Waiting and doing nothing won’t help you either.

Many insightful concepts are obvious.

And often notoriously neglected.

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This Might Change Your Life

Lean was my word for the year

Legacy Box note
Going the extra inch.

Lean was my word for the year three years ago.

A work in progress.

Lean meaning material things, processes, structure – everything it takes to live and manage our life.

Lean is a classic battle cry for less is more.

Expending serious effort so far in 2019.

Feels awesome.

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Misinterpret

The paradox of packing everything you think you’ll need

Disney Keynote Speaker
The weight isn’t from material things.

 

The more stuff we have, the more we have to focus on how to carry it, store it, protect it, organize it, clean it, and possibly even how to insure it.

The paradox of packing everything you think you’ll need is that we spend so much time and effort on our stuff that we can be too distracted to see what’s in front of us.

 

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Journey On

Lean into discomfort daily (and all day)

southwest plane issues
Without thinking about the location, i sat here.

 

Lean into discomfort daily (and all day).

Coming off a spectacular day of firsts and calculated risks at Universal Studios two days ago, i challenged myself to sit in a window seat.

Years ago, i gave up my go-to choice (window seat) in favor of an aisle seat.

Yesterday, i was intent on taking a trip down memory lane.

Being in the Southwest Airlines A-group, i was one of the first to board and had unlimited choices.

As we were about to take off, it hit me.

The pilot announced there were roughly 100 empty seats.

When the seat belt sign was turned off, i moved to the third row from the rear, aisle seat.

 

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Live like you mean it

Why does society continuously wish for miracles?

Disney pedestrian walkway over Buena Vista Drive
The busiest Disney pedestrian crosswalk is being simplified to enhance vehicle flow.

 

Disney pedestrian walkway over Buena Vista Drive
A simple solution isn’t always an easy one, but it is simple.

 

We wish for miracles.

Our lives are complicated. Busy. Full. Challenging. Stressful.

And we find socially acceptable ways to medicate, entertain, and distract ourselves.

It’s easier to find a fix for symptoms than for causes.

If we would focus on simplifying our life. Shed the non-essentials. Focus on the basics. Stay committed, focused, and disciplined – we would astonish ourselves.

Want a miracle?

Get busy simplifying.

Pretty sure that’s the short cut to our next miracle.

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