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This year has whizzed by us and now we are preparing to usher in yet another year. The minutes are ticking by quickly, but deep down we know that life is not a race. Instead, it's a journey and we should savor every moment of the day. Don't let it slip away. Most of us will experience 30K mornings in this lifetime. If you're 26 years old, you still have 20K of them left. If you're 54, you still have about 10K of them left. Time is a precious gift and it is a non-renewable resource. Once it's gone...it's gone! If today was your last day, what would you want to do? What would you want to remember? Did you live life purposely and passionately? Did you embrace every moment and enjoy the little things? Did you reach for the stars? Did you dream big enough? Did you live each day in alignment with your values and your true self? Did you live a life of integrity? At midnight, 84,400 seconds are deposited into your own personal life account. How many moments will be memorable? Have you been too busy to enjoy your life and your loved ones? How we spend our days is how we spend our lives. When the sand slips through the hour-glass, which pebbles did you devote too much time to? If you could add your own personal mission statement to your business card, what would it say? Identify the part of your current work that makes you feel fulfilled rather than just busy. Don't delay life and remember that someday is not a day of the week. Do whatever your heart leads you to do. Change your mind...change your life. Today is your day...make it extraordinary. View each morning with new eyes...with a new view...with a new PERSPECTIVE! PM **Taken from the book titled, "7: How many days of the week can be extraordinary?" by Dan Zadra & Kobi Yamada


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