What do you do?, the person you just met asks.
And you say (fill in the blank) _______.
A variety of reasons should prompt us to rethink the traditional 30-second elevator speech and our tag line(s).
Is this a work in progress for you as well? Care to share yours?
Here is the short list:
I’m the Blog Whisperer, whispering to the world, “Live, before you die.”
I’m the Blog Whisperer, whispering to you, “Live, before you die”.
Changing the world with a single whisper, “Live, before you die”.
Changing the world, one whisper at a time, “Live, before you die”.
Changing the world, one whisper at a time.
Transforming lives, one whisper at a time.
I wake up, write five different blogs, whispering to the world, “Live, before you die”.
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Was I having a midlife crisis moment a few days ago while sitting in the pew at Church, listening to our inspiring Priest?
Nope. It was a midlife celebration moment. It filled me with joy and went something like this:
Lately, I’ve been questioning the percentage of time I write about serious and deep stuff on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
That’s when the revelation came.
My ability to think deeply and profoundly is either innate or highly developed. My ability to laugh is similar. But reading my entries, you’d think I was just a serious person only.
And then something else happened. The realization that I can turn on a dime and go completely comical.
And then this thought. How many can turn on a dime and go deep and profound?
Finally, the question of is one better than the other? No. It’s not about better. It’s about balance.
And, it’s about preparation. Mid Life is something that can be planned for and joyful.
Being serious, profound and deep, is a world-class way to be ready for mid life.