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WELCOME Message: A Different Kind Of Different, That’s How jeff noel Describes The Blog Whisperer

A different kind of different, that’s how jeff noel describes The Blog Whisperer, The Internet’s Only Five-A-Day Blogger.¬†Every morning, whispering to the world, “Live, before you die”.

Here’s noel’s simple, but profound model for health, wellness and life-work balance:

The Clock Is Ticking

Erin Kramp Did What jeff noel The Blog Whisperer Is Doing

Try to live so they don’t have to wonder. jeff noel’s son age 4 (2006).

What Parent alive would want to be forgotten by their child? What parent wouldn’t want to teach their child important life lessons?

Have a sense of urgency about your life? Erin Kramp did, because she was dying and knew it. Erin wanted her young daughter to remember her.

It worked.

Some of Erin Kramp’s story is here.

And there’s a foundation here.

jeff noel, The Blog Whisperer has spent the past 26 months blogging every day to leave a trail for his young son (now 10) in case something bad happens.

Live every day like the phone could ring with your wake up call.

Just In Case It Ain't Clear

People Think Twitter Is An Amazing Marketing Tool

Yesterday, listening to a 20-something (I think) share advice on Small Business Marketing, she said Twitter is great because so many people can instantly get your message. (smile/grin)

Rubbish. The people who think they know Twitter are the ones who don’t. Twitter can be powerful. Just like diet & exercise can be powerful. Or reading lots of great books.

But most don’t do any of it.

But Aimee Mullins gets it. jeff noel gets it. The two collided 15 minutes ago. This TED video could spark something great for us today… “How my legs give me super powers”:

The Clock Is Ticking

Dance Like Tonight’s Your Last Night To Live

Don’t you love mixing things up? Ok, so I’m assuming you have a basic understanding of how routines can be good and routines can be bad. This is what makes life hard, telling the difference, or knowing when to switch gears.

Most times, change is placed upon us. Other times, we make it happen on purpose.

Small, medium, big. Doesn’t matter as much as the act of initiating change. Purposeful, thoughtful change. That’s the ticket.

But alas, we get so sucked up in the daily grind.

May I illustrate a simple change that can lead to something remarkable?

The simplest of acts, I changed the radio station in the car to MIX105, from TheZ88.3

One, Contemporary Christian, the other, Mainstream mega-hits. Something pulled on my psyche to change. No ready explanation. Just did it. A week ago.

Heard this song coming home from Gold’s Gym tonight:

You know what happened next?

Immediately, I thought, “Write like tonight’s your last night.”

The implications, the freedom, the audacity, the passion, the potential to bust it wide open….

There is something empowering beyond all empowering in how we’d behave if we knew for certain that we wouldn’t see tomorrow.