Every day, every minute that passes, you’re moving closer towards your death.
It might not come for many years. It might be on the other side of that traffic light. That’s the scary part about our own mortality: We have no way of knowing when it will all come to an end.
If you’re like most people, the topic of death is one you’d rather avoid. Instead we tend to walk around thinking we’ll live forever.
The problem is…we’re doing ourselves a grave disservice when we ignore (whom I call) The Angel of Death.
You see, Death is the ultimate reminder of the importance of living fully.
For many people, it is literally their ultimate reminder: the last & only event causing them to stop and appreciate this marvelous experience we call life.
I don’t want that to happen to you. I don’t want death, or that of someone close to you, to remind you rather too late, of the importance of living your life to the fullest.
Imagine if, every day upon wakening, you thought to yourself: “I am fortunate, happy and grateful to be alive. I have a precious life. What will I create today? How much fun will I have along the way? How deeply will I connect with the people around me? How can I best serve myself and them? Thank you for another day…and another opportunity to rise and shine!”
How would your days be different? What would your life be like? What would you say to your loved ones, your colleagues? How would you act around them and towards them?
When you’re able to appreciate your life day by day, moment by moment, and act upon the deeper sense of inner peace, power and purpose that appreciation and presence naturally foster, your outlook and perspectives will shift for the better. Your relationships will strengthen and your business will prosper.
I want to help you make that your reality.
When I took the stage at TEDxPuntaPaitilla in Panama this year, where the theme for the day was “Connection and Collaboration”, the audience probably wasn’t expecting me to speak so highly of death.
After all, people around the world know me as a prominent Life Strategist. Aren’t we “self-development gurus” all about positive thinking, good vibes, and all that touchy-feely stuff?
Well, as you’ll hear in the video, a recent family tragedy has taught me that Death, in a strange way, can actually bring us life.
I don’t want to plagiarize myself, so you’ll have to watch the video to fully grasp what I’m talking about.
As for here, I want to mention some takeaways from my TEDx talk that you can put to use to maximize the enjoyment you get out of life.
I know what you’re thinking.
Is it realistic to operate this way on a regular basis?
To that I answer: If you’re committed to learning how.
Do you want to learn how to make the most out of every day? Every moment?
Of course you do. We all do.
I can help you.
I won’t lie: there’s no magic button, and I can’t do the work for you.
I can, however, teach you how to make Peace your Captain, Happiness your Ship, and show you how to navigate life in awe and wonder of the experiences that pass you by.
Learn more about my core philosophies, and how they might apply to you… and your leadership. You just might learn something about yourself.
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