Dear Boomers

If an Orlando Based Motivational Speaker challenges you

Bronze statue of horseman saving calf at CSU campus


(photo: Commit to doing something that will have positive ripple effects and help make the world a better place)

If an Orlando based motivational speaker ever challenges you to “Do Something Great”, this is exactly the thing she/he is referring to…

The opposite of sitting around simply hoping.

Simple doesn’t mean easy, but it does mean simple.

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How Can You Tell?

True passion is a remarkable joy to behold

Disney performer at Disney's Riverside Resort
His passion, joy, and excellent delivery was remarkable


Authenticity. Joy. Passion.



This Cast Member has a Walt Disney Legacy award plaque (lower left center) in his office in the lounge at Disney’s Riverside Resort.

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Dear Son

Dear Son, the Lord works in mysterious ways, trust this

Photo for posterity in Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa (Photo: Tina)
Photo for posterity in Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa (Photo: Tina)


Dear Son, the Lord works in mysterious ways, trust this. Enjoy this photo of a moment in time that will never happen again. So glad you were there last Monday to witness me being so stunned I looked like a dork.

Note: February 25, 2013 photo shoot for a publication honoring the recipient’s of the Walt Disney Legacy Award.

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Begin The Conversation

Begin The Conversation
Begin The Conversation

Are you and the people you love ready to die?

Click this link: Begin the conversation.

Any idea what this is?

You should.

It will help you die well.

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What Will You Headline Read?
What Will You Headline Read?

We don’t think about death often enough. Why? No idea. Fear, maybe. Not socially acceptable, maybe. I’m not really sure.

But I do know that no one I know thinks death should be dinner table talk.

At the end of the day though, people will talk at the dinner table about us after we’re gone. Some for a few seconds, some for a few days, others may never. And some may never stop.

Here’s a fresh perspective…on “legacy”…

Bob Stewart shares an insightful look at life, our Faith, and our responsibility to both. Take it away Bob….

“Mom called me the other day from Tennessee, where I was raised, to read to me a couple of obituaries. I know – that sounds so exciting, doesn’t it? But that’s what my mom does. She does it to let me know who I should know who either died or is related to someone who died.

But on this last call, she read to me about Albert Hamby, who died at the age of 87. Why should that stand out at all to me? I didn’t let this obituary go without a reverent moment of reflection. Albert was my pastor when I was little – when I made Jesus my Savior. That was and is a spiritual “marker” in my life, and an important person in showing me the way was Albert Hamby.

Are you living a legacy, as Dr. Johnny Hunt said in his book Building Your Leadership Résumé, which is going to outlast you? Are you building “markers” in other people’s lives that, after you are gone, are still there to help others along the way? It could be multitudes or your own family, and it is a question I am asking myself as well.

I am reminded of a song from Steve Green back in the 1980s, called “Find Us Faithful.” In the chorus, he stated, “Oh may all who come behind us find us faithful. May the fire of our devotion light their way. May the footprints that we leave lead them to believe, and the lives we live inspire them to obey. Oh may all who come behind us find us faithful.”

Again, I ask, “Are you living a legacy?”

Bob Stewart