Monthly Archives: January 2007

Jobs I want:

I want to be the guy that writes the messages on Taco Bell Hot Sauce Packets.

And the messages inside Dove Promises.

I want the job that Katherine Hepburn had in Desk Set. (though my memory is nowhere near as good as hers.

My pipe dream would be to be a concept designer for Imagineering.

I want to get paid to sit in front of a blank piece of paper and just brainstorm.

I’d like to write a bestselling novel and make a few million, and then retire to a beach and live out the rest of my days trying to write another.

I’d like to be a pop culture analyst and tell companies “I’m sorry – your product just isn’t cool” and have companies pay me to think up new names for cars.

Anyone hiring for any of those positions?

A to Z of me

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Lately, I’ve been thinking about career and life stuff, and thinking about passion. What I do, I’m not really passionate about. I want to find something that I feel so strongly for and would fight for and would be willing to suffer for. BUt I don’t have that. I don’t know that I’ve ever had that.

Really, Disney has been a small passion. But where I’m at within the company now, I’m not exposed to the things about Disney that I am passionate about.

So after some introspection, I think I’ve identified some things that will help me find a passion and start me on the path of goal-setting:

1. I want to do something that is personally edifying.
2. I want to do something that is edifying to others, and possibly that helps others who need help.
3. I want to create beauty.

I know it’s vague, and can lead in many directions, but it’s a start, right?

Disney is one of those companies that has many many opportunities, so part of this process will also be as I explore those things, how I may be able to fulfill it and still stay with Disney. But I’m also open to other opportunities.

Cats – everyone with cats should read… so should everyone who thinks cats are trying to take over

Cat Parasite Affects Everything We Feel and Do
Research Shows That a Certain Cat Parasite Affects Our Behavior and Mood
Aug. 9, 2006 — – Kevin Lafferty is a smart, cautious, thoughtful scientist who doesn’t hate cats, but he has put forth a provocative theory that suggests that a clever cat parasite may alter human cultures on a massive scale.
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