I often wonder if non-Baby Boomers, read Mid Life Celebration.
It also intrigues me whether this blog helps you as much as it helps the author.
GoDaddy says yes. The daily stats continue to rise at a fast pace. A pace that is quite distracting actually.
Hadn’t planned for the type of “success” the stats indicate. So today, just wanted to clarify something.
Mid Life Celebration is for our son. It’s one of life’s four big choices. Our mind, and what we do with it.
Mid Life Million Dollar Question:
“What’s it gonna take to move from midlife-complacency to midlife-commitment”?
There are curious people who actually ask me, “What’s your secret to get and stay motivated”?
I usually mumble something that sounds like a good answer, but actually I’m thinking, “If I have to explain it to you, you won’t understand”.
Listen, you got to mid life. That in itself is pretty remarkable. You have the answers. You do. Trust me, you do.
But maybe you haven’t yet found the courage to admit it.
When are you going to start? If not today, when?
Good Goals & Not So Good Goals.
This jeff noel You Tube video was the first take and slightly longer (40 sec) version:
People need people to be role models. Are you brave enough and tough enough to be that type of person?
When you find a purpose bigger than yourself. When you you finally realize you’re not going to live forever, well, you have the power to change the world.
“It’s the hardest thing in the world to accept a little success and leave it that way”. — Marlon Brando
More is better, right?
I’m pretty much an over-achiever. Hard to have a 25-year career within a Fortune 100 company and not have excellence rub off on you.
What has rubbed off on us is what we carry into mid-life. This is why it’s a crisis. Along the way, we weren’t paying attention to common sense.
Midlife provides a second look at common sense. Midlife does not provide an easy choice. But it does provide one.
It runs through my mind everyday, all day, like the water over Niagara Falls – relentless, unstoppable, never ending.
Only difference is that it’s much more subtle in our brains.
The ability to awaken our subconscious minds, which are like the roaring water.
Yet Niagara Falls is only visible to us when we get close to it. Otherwise, it’s like it doesn’t exist.
There are thoughts, dreams, ideas, goals that are locked up in our subconscious.
If only we’d have the courage to practice recalling them, and then, just maybe, we could do something about them.
Before we die.
PS. A visual, in case you need it: