So here's a question for you guys. Can you succeed in life and still not be fulfilled? Interesting question we officially begin the summer season. How many times in your life have you achieved what you set out to do and then a short time later thought, “Is this all there is?” What happens if you made the decision to live life on your terms and enjoy the journey as you travel through it? Here is what you need to know:
There are 2 master skills for living a successful and extraordinary life:
1. Science of Achievement
2. Art of Fulfillment
Science of Achievement – mastering the ability to take what you envision or dream into any reality to produce any result.
Art of Fulfillment – art of finding joy in the process of whatever life brings; the power to understand, appreciate, and enjoy our lives at the deepest level. Fulfillment is an art rather than a science because everyone has a different view of fulfillment. You must learn what makes you fulfilled because the truth is success without fulfillment is the ultimate failure.
Let's focus on fulfillment. There are 2 universal principles of fulfillment:
1. Growth - we must grow, if we do not grow, we will not be fulfilled.
2. Contribution – we must contribute beyond ourselves. If our goals only serve ourselves, then achieving our goals will only make us happy for a moment. However, if your mission is to serve others, then not only will you leave a legacy of giving, but you will be more fulfilled in life.
Bottom line – what will make you fulfilled is...to grow and to give!
Remember – you get to decide what type of life you want to live – do you want to live life on your terms or would you rather live an unhappy, unfulfilled life with regrets doing what you have to do versus what you want to do or what you are inspired to do? The choice is yours….. choose wisely
A client asked me the other day what is on my summer reading list. You guys know that I have a ferocious appetite for research and learning so typically my reading list is 'The Google'. Want to try an interesting exercise? Next time you are with friends, read out loud your saved Google searches. So funny, enlightening, and maybe embarrassing...
Ok, back to the summer reading question. Yes I do have a real summer reading list as I do spend many weekends laying by the pool with my nose in a book or two and I have already started. Here is my Top 5:
1) Miracle Morning - Hal Elrod
2) Year of YES - Shondra Rhimes
3) NKOTB - Five Brothers and a Million Sisters - Nikki Van Noy
4) Supreme Influence - Niurka
5) The Alchemist - Paulo Coelho
And NOT necessarily in the order...;)
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Be Well and Stay Cool!!