Life is not a dress rehearsal has origins other than Mid Life Celebration

Randy Pausch and his three young children
Randy Pausch wrote The Last Lecture so his three children would know him after he died

 

Mid Life Celebration was a promise to my children as a college sophomore (1978)
Mid Life Celebration was a promise to my children as a college junior (1979)

 

The clock never stops ticking. Ever.

We get one shot at life (okay, maybe we are reincarnated as another life form, but I can’t say for sure).

We fear death.

We fear not living before we die.

In a busy world I can’t swear I read it first or I thought of it myself.

But I can tell you for sure it’s a fact in my head, my heart, and my actions.

Life is not a dress rehearsal has origins other than Mid Life Celebration.

The full disclosure is – as of today, thanks to the link – it felt natural to let you know that I now know.

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The DNA of midlife crisis

midlife celebration
midlife celebration is steeped in love – of others and of self

The history, the beginning, is the DNA of any company, country, movement, idea. Midlife crisis became a phrase in the 1960’s.

Midlife celebration didn’t become an official (and legitimate) Internet idea until Orlando resident, jeff noel, formed Mid Life Celebration, LLC in 2009.

At it’s core, midlife celebration is life’s greatest wakeup call. And our opportunity to:

ReThink – RePrioritize – ReCommit

Time to leave society’s herd? The movement toward personal peace and contentment won’t be found within the herd. You and I can only find it using Mid Life Celebration’s foundation that life has five big choices.

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