My Dad always told me to live each day as if it were my last, and as a child the specter of one’s last day always seemed like a remote possibility. But with maturity and experience comes the realization that it’s not just about one’s last day, but also the lost chances and opportunities in life that should also be seen through a lens of hope and caring. So as you go about your daily chores it’s always best to do all you can to make every day count.
Be positive and upbeat: We all can find the glass that is half empty, but why bother? Every day presents us with so many glasses that are half full and you should spend all of your time trying to fill them all the way up. Think how much you can help others by showing them how and when and why they can help others today.
Be an inspiration: Live your life as an example to others. We all observe those around us and try to mimic the good things we see, so remember that when on your journey. It’s so much better to do the kinds of things that inspire others to be better and to leave that as your legacy.
Tell others you care about them: All too often we just assume that others know how we feel about them, but are you sure they know? There’s no harm in telling them as often as you can how you feel – it never gets old. And if by chance you never get another chance you’ll be happy that you did.
Find the harmonies in your life: The best things in life are those that complement each other and you should never miss an opportunity to share in them. Being part of a team, working closely with others, sharing good things and times with those you care about – these are the moments that make the most of your time and energies. Don’t miss any chance to join in and find life’s harmonies.
Leap empty handed into the void: I must admit, I didn’t come up with this one – I saw someone in an interview on TV saying this and it’s something I now believe in. Whether it’s your last moment on Earth or just one of the many along the way, remember to put down what you’re doing before you start to focus on the next thing. To get the most out of anything you should always be ready to put your all into everything you do.
That’s it: short and simple. Now the trick is to remember these and make them a part of your life every day.
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Short and simple…but powerful! Thanks.
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Was fortunate enough to meet you a few years back while collaborating on HR matters. So happy to see your inspiration and contributions have made it to this platform. It brings me joy and promise each day.