Go Ahead. Stick Your Neck Out. March 6, 2023

Let’s face it – we ALL know we are there when things go wrong. Did you ever notice that you are always there when things go right? Every good thing? It’s because you stuck your neck out. Grand gestures. Teeny tiny ways. Things you did that you don’t even notice. Well, notice! Give yourself some credit, pal. Got a moment? Post it in the comments.

Got a breadcrumb-stick-your-neck-out realization? Post it here in Comments.

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Written by Tulis McCall

Tulis McCall is a woman with a passion for performance and presentation. She brings her extensive knowledge of acting, writing, and producing to everything she does.

19 Comments

  1. Kyle Porter

    Was great to film with you Tulis!

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    • Tulis McCall

      You too! We should do it again don’t you think?

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      • Monica Anderson

        This is great Tulis! Really wonderful from top to bottom and a fabulous pick-me-up to start the week off on a high note!

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        • Tulis McCall

          Thanks. And feel free to share!

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    • Tulis McCall

      High praise indeed. Thanks.

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  2. tjwils

    PERFECT Monday Musing. !!! You remind me and inspire me to continue to stick my neck out!!! YES YES YES!!! So enjoy your musings and they lift me up !!! xoxo!

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    • Tulis McCall

      Glad to hear that. Please feel free to share them!

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  3. Laela Kilbourn

    Tulis! I stand by what I said! You were fantastic and I hope our paths cross again!
    (from the camerawoman)

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    • Tulis McCall

      Your mouth to the EARS

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    • Tulis McCall

      Send me your email. Jonathan has mine. LOVED working with you.

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    • Tulis McCall

      Thanks!

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  4. caminopapi

    This is excellent and reminds me of why you have fascinated me with your people skills for many decades.

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    • Tulis McCall

      Why thank you!! I think I am only now beginning to realize it!

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  5. Anne Lyden

    Love this Tulis. Often think about the chain of events that leads to a moment, but usually when it is something bad that has occurred. Am definitely going to pay more attention to those moments/steps towards the good stuff after listening to your musing.

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    • Tulis McCall

      Yes. Glad to hear that. It’s acreminder of guides and guardian angels. Seriously!

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  6. Brenda T

    You’re best to date! Thanks, T!

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    • Tulis McCall

      Thanks! Your opinion means a lot you know.

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