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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:

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To Get Someone’s Attention…

Whisper

…..That’s right, whisper.

A college buddy’s wife (just) sent this. She launches High School Musicals, among the many other hats she wears as a Music Teacher. She was perusing my blogs and must have been reading about getting the first best-selling book done. Not sure if she knows Mark and I are ‘birds of a feather’.

“Don’t wait until everthing is just right, it will never be perfect. There will always be challenges, obstacles and less than perfect conditions. So what?! Get started now! With each step you take you will grow stronger and stronger. More and more skilled, more and more self-confident and more and more successful.” – Mark Victor Hansen.

Have a hunch, the quote means a lot to her. Putting on a High School Musical is a monumental task, with a huge audience ready to critique. But she’s never let that stop her.

Hi, I’m jeff noel, The Blog Whisperer, The Internet’s Only Five-a-Day Blogger, each morning whispering to the world, “Live, before you die”.

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jeff noel The Blog Whisperer

No, not the corn whisperer, The Blog Whisperer. Got it?

They say, the harder you work, the luckier you get. And a simple 100-day writer’s challenge to write in each of the five different blogs I created, is still going strong 23 months later.

As a ‘late-blooming’ father, 51 with a 10-year old, a few years back I categorized Life’s Big Choices into five key buckets, to simplify life and focus on the most important elements of each.

In a matter of days, the model was laid out:

  1. Mind
  2. Body
  3. Spirit
  4. Money (Career)
  5. HQ (the paperwork of life)

After the 2009 April Fool’s day inaugural posts, and upon completing 100 days, I just felt like continuing – in something like a ‘calling’.

And it has become my mission to write 5 daily, differently themed blogs every morning.

jeff noel, The Blog Whisperer, The Internet’s Only Five-a-Day Blogger, every morning whispering to the world, “Live, before you die”.

While there has been no commercial exploitation from this prolific blogging, jeff noel is also a world class Inspirational Professional Speaker, based in Orlando, Florida.

None of my Mid Life Celebration, LLC blogs are intended to be taken any other way than strictly a personal pursuit. Every last word I write as The Blog Whisperer is of my personal relationship with the mission work to be a great Father.

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The Blog Whisperer Is Not…

The Blog Whisperer is not a National Park Ranger, but at one time, long ago, The Internet’s Only Five-a-Day Blogger wanted to be one.

Real Park Ranger Badge On A Real Park Ranger 12.11.2010
Real Park Ranger Badge On A Real Park Ranger 12.11.2010
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Blog SEO Tips

Beginner's Luck Runs In My Family & So Does Hard Work
Beginner’s Luck Runs In My Family & So Does Hard Work

 

For maximum Blog SEO, there is one blogging tip above all others, that will generate Google front page and Yahoo front page results.

Blog.

A lot.

Every day if you have the passion to do work that matters.

Be patient.

And you will eventually reap what you sow.

The long way is the short cut.

Good luck trying to do it without working long and hard.

You can find more crazy, counter-intuitive ideas here.

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Humble Beginnings

Hello world, it’s me!

Hello everyone. I’ve been an avid blogger since April Fool’s day, 2009. And when I say avid, I mean Five-a-Day, everyday. For nearly 18 months.

Prior to that I simply owned domain names and dabbled here and there, intermittently.

But, this Halloween, I’ll reach the 3,000th blog post milestone.

How scary is that?