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30 days to live – Taking actions on things that matter, Part 3

June 10, 2011 in Business, Motivation, Personal Growth, Successful Living

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What will you be remembered for?

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Leave a legacy!

This is the last article in the series “30 days to live”. Over the past two weeks we’ve explored the different areas of your life that you might want to focus on if you only had 30 days to live. In Part 1 and Part 2, I asked that you take a look at your life and see what you would change if you only had known your “death date”. Looking at life from this perspective, we emphasized on the urgency of taking actions now as opposed to later.

As we conclude the series and knowing how limited our life on earth really is, my last questions to you:

What would you want people to say about you at your funeral?

You may find it a strange question. But imagine that you are standing in the back of the room at your funeral listening everyone coming on stage to say a few words about you. What would
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Do you respond or react to your situations? Lessons I learned from Bob Burg

May 19, 2011 in Communication, Personal Growth, Successful Living


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Often you find someone ruining an important relationship because of his actions.  When you ask why he acted as he did, he says "I had to... because...".  That 'because' is usually followed by an explanation of someone else's action being the trigger for his reaction.  Between the trigger or stimuli (the other person's action) and his reaction is 'that moment' - a split second of opportunity to exert some control over the outcome of his situation. Read the rest of this entry →

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