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Jeff Wedge and Forth Hoyt are now friends
Jun 11, 2013
Jeff Wedge posted a blog post

Are you focused on your boat's wake...or on the course ahead?

Wayne Dyer uses a boat as a metaphor related to focusing on our future (the course ahead), as opposed to focusing on the past (the wake left behind).Mari Smith recently Tweeted this quote:"Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending." ~Carl BardThese two ideas converge in my mind, this day, in this instant, and inspire my thoughts on the "power of now."  I set my focus on now and tomorrow--and all the possibilities contained…See More
Aug 28, 2012
Jeff Wedge commented on Mari Smith's video
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TEDxSF - Louie Schwartzberg - Gratitude

"I didn't think I had 10 minutes to watch this, and you won't either. But if you do--you will be grateful beyond measure if you will truly listen to the words, experience the images, and deeply drink them in. I dedicate this post to my…"
Aug 28, 2012
Jeff Wedge posted a blog post

It Costs So Little--But it Pays so Much

I'm doing something more and more these days that makes me feel fantastic.  But it's because of what this something does to others that I feel fantastic.  What is it? I treat others with unexpected courtesy, respect, and appreciation. Servers in restaurants. Drivers on the freeway. Hotel desk clerks. People on the street. People at work. People on the phone.  People everywhere. I take a lot of pleasure from cheering up someone's day.  Or paying a compliment for some work really well done, a…See More
Jul 12, 2012
Jason Coombs and Jeff Wedge are now friends
Mar 17, 2012
Sherry Hall commented on Jeff Wedge's blog post Transitions: Miserably Content to Greatness
"Go for it friend!  "
Mar 16, 2012
Jeff Wedge commented on Shantel McBride's video
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TEDxBountiful - Shantel McBride- Live Like You Were Dying

"Shantel, that was really great.  You talk so clearly and convincingly, with emotion and empathy.  Congratulations!"
Mar 16, 2012
Jeff Wedge posted a blog post

Transitions: Miserably Content to Greatness

I am transitioning from my current career to the next…and along the path--discovering ways to bring my passion for developing myself and those around me to become the best that we can be.  My Coronado friends made a significant impression on me and I am greatful to know you all.See More
Mar 16, 2012
Jeff Wedge and Gary Lee Price are now friends
Feb 6, 2012
Jeff Wedge posted a blog post

Miserably Content No More

In Coronado, you may remember Rod revealing the term "miserably content" to the theater when it was his turn to stand up and introduce himself.  I adopted the term immediately as my own way to describe a particular place I was in my professional life.  Miserable but content.  Just two weeks later, after using the term frequently to describe my situation yet gaining confidence in making a change in my life--I dropped the word "content" and just reverted to "miserable."  Which spawned action--and…See More
Feb 6, 2012
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"Responsibility isn't given...it's taken."
Feb 4, 2012
Jeff Wedge and Frank Cordovano are now friends
Jan 30, 2012
Jeff Wedge commented on Genshai's blog post OFFICIAL GENSHAI CHALLENGE #1: What's in a name?
"I learned this as when I took The Dale Carnegie course and have made it a part of my professional and personal life ever since.  I use people's names as often as I can, and in my leadership roles--I've always encouraged this as a…"
Jan 30, 2012
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Behold the Statue of Responsibility

"I heard about this project briefly a couple of years ago when I lived in San Francisco. How is it coming along?"
Jan 27, 2012
Rebecca Musser left a comment for Jeff Wedge
"Hello Jeff!  I am doing well, and so delighted to be connected with you. Thankyou for the most incredible weekend in Coronado!  And the pic too!  Stay in touch!"
Jan 23, 2012
Jeff Wedge and Rebecca Musser are now friends
Jan 22, 2012

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Are you focused on your boat's wake...or on the course ahead?

Posted on August 28, 2012 at 10:00pm 0 Comments

Wayne Dyer uses a boat as a metaphor related to focusing on our future (the course ahead), as opposed to focusing on the past (the wake left behind).

Mari Smith recently Tweeted this quote:

"Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending." ~Carl Bard

These two ideas converge in my mind, this day, in this instant, and inspire my thoughts on the "power of now."  

I set my focus on now and tomorrow--and all…

Continue

It Costs So Little--But it Pays so Much

Posted on July 12, 2012 at 9:49pm 0 Comments

I'm doing something more and more these days that makes me feel fantastic.  But it's because of what this something does to others that I feel fantastic.  What is it?

 

I treat others with unexpected courtesy, respect, and appreciation.

 

Servers in restaurants. Drivers on the freeway. Hotel desk clerks. People on the street. People at work. People on the phone.  People everywhere.

 

I take a lot of pleasure from cheering up someone's day. …

Continue

Transitions: Miserably Content to Greatness

Posted on March 16, 2012 at 1:30am 1 Comment

I am transitioning from my current career to the next…and along the path--discovering ways to bring my passion for developing myself and those around me to become the best that we can be.  My Coronado friends made a significant impression on me and I am greatful to know you all.

Miserably Content No More

Posted on February 6, 2012 at 8:00pm 0 Comments

In Coronado, you may remember Rod revealing the term "miserably content" to the theater when it was his turn to stand up and introduce himself.  I adopted the term immediately as my own way to describe a particular place I was in my professional life.  Miserable but content.  

Just two weeks later, after using the term frequently to describe my situation yet gaining confidence in making a change in my life--I dropped the word "content" and just reverted to "miserable."  Which…

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Comment Wall (7 comments)

At 1:39pm on January 9, 2012, Kristin Andress said…

Thank you, Jeff!!!  It was wonderful to meet you.  Keep your sights on your goals and let me know how I can help.  Hugs to you.

At 2:19pm on January 9, 2012, Scott Mackintosh said…

thanx Jeff, You are an awesome man. You definately gained what you were supposed to from the retreat. Thanx for treating me so kindly

At 2:26pm on January 9, 2012, Mari Smith said…

Hehee - hiya Jeff!!! Thanks for the wee greeting - it's great to connect with you here on Genshai.com. I'm excited to see your new career unfold very soon. Let me know if there's anything I can do to support you. 

At 2:39pm on January 9, 2012, Artemis Limpert said…

Jeff - You are one of my ALL time favorite introductions... and your dream is forever engraved on my heart and mind.  I will be  holding a space for the reality of that transition until you tell me "IT IS DONE"!  Big Smile!  It was great to meet you... looking forward to knowing more of you!  Namaste - Artemis

At 7:16pm on January 9, 2012, Rand Snyderman said…

At 6:22pm on January 10, 2012, Becky Mackintosh said…

It was an extreme pleasure to meet you Jeff.  Looking forward to out paths crossing many times.  Thank your for sharing your story of Living Genshai. :)

Becky

At 6:22am on January 23, 2012, Rebecca Musser said…
Hello Jeff!  I am doing well, and so delighted to be connected with you. Thankyou for the most incredible weekend in Coronado!  And the pic too!  Stay in touch!

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