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90 Days Ahead

Will this day become memorable?

Age and youth collide

 

(photo: Not quite four, not quite 89. One learned to walk in the past couple years. For the other it’s impossible.)

A steady dose of, “Who cares?”

January 5, 2015. Will this day be remembered on April 15, 2015?

You know, the early morning part of saying goodbye to aging parents, the rental car return, the non-stop flight to Walt Disney World, the temperature change, the home inspection after being gone for 10 days?

Will the observations, conversations, fun, food, concerns, insights – will any of these matter in 100 days?

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Recommit

Is attitude everything?

 

What is striking in this guy’s story, is how palpable his passion is for the ocean.

Are you still insanely passionate about something in your life?

What are you passionate about?

When was the last time it turned you on?

Your passion becomes your art to the world.

Share it generously.

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Honey, It's For You

What’s wrong with us?

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We don’t have the guts to believe his (but when we do… watch out!) Right?

 

We literally race through our days, impatiently waiting, and anticipating, better ones.

What’s wrong with us?

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Authenticity (New Currency)

Dear Boomers, when we aren’t living each day like we mean it, we’re doing this

profound career advice scratched on a notepad
Career advice from a President in charge of 60k+, with 40+ years experience

 

Dear Boomers, when we aren’t living each day like we mean it, we’re doing this:

Waiting to die

It’s a harsh reality.

Think of it this way if you need a second opinion:

She who’s not busy being born, is busy dying.

Life is not a dress rehearsal.

Live like you mean it.

You’ll feel better. About everything. Not all at once.

But slowly and steadily.

Go.

Today, or tomorrow.

PS. And trust your gut (see photo).

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Recommit

Are we good at what doesn’t matter and poor at what does?

Orlando backyard campfire
Is being good at making and maintaining a fire important?

 

Are we good at what doesn’t matter and poor at what does?

We are very good at preparing to live, but not very good at living. We know how to sacrifice ten years for a diploma and we are willing to work very hard to get a job, a car, a house, and so on. But we have difficulty remembering that we are alive in the present moment, the only moment there is for us to be alive. — Thich Nhat Hanh

Trick question in the photo caption. What if by fire we meant passion?

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