October 23, 2006 Tony M.

10 Things I’ll Remember After Visiting Disney

The experience begins in the parking lot.

We will invest a lot of money to make dreams come true.

It helps to have someone with you that’s been there before.

The value of excellence transcends socioeconomic and cultural barriers.

It’s hard to communicate with people wearing masks.

The journey is more fun when you’re on it with friends.

The world is small.

Lots of people fulfilling the same mission can achieve great results.

It’s possible to leave a legacy for future generations.

We remember the fireworks at the end.

Comments (4)

  1. Great observations! Easy to see how it applies to all of us. But did you check out the Tower of Terror? The greatest ride in America.

    mark

  2. Observation Leads to Innovation

    How often do you think about ways to improve your customer’s experience? How much time do you invest in a careful autopsy of what you’re currently doing, how effective is it, and what could be improved? Where are you when

  3. I love your Blog! Great stuff!
    It was great having you guys at Westside last week. (I am the long haired Worship Pastor you met talking with Dave) I really enjoyed meeting your team. It has been inspiring for me as I am seeking to continue raising the bar for my team in healthy ways. I hope we will get to do more with you guys in the future! Thanks for the Kingdom work.

  4. Gloria

    11. Fast Passes are a beautiful thing.
    12. If you take your seat belt off when riding Tower of Terror you can levitate…(just beware of the security cameras that might be watching you…)

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