The Importance of Your Why

Hey Everybody!!!
Happy Monday!!! It’s an ULTRA SUPERFANTASTICAL day in the universe!!! I pushed and pushed a lot the last four weeks and now that I’m in a place of follow-up it felt a little less hurried… like my goal had been reached, but that’s very far from true. I had to shake myself just a little and say ‘No, it’s not time to let up. You haven’t reached the world, changed enough lives, or created enough avenues to sustain the future generations of your family. So slowing down is not appropriate. Let’s get moving!’ I had to realize that even though portion of a project was completed, I hadn’t reached my WHY.  So I just wanted to share with you all how important knowing and fully embracing the reason you do what you’re doing is to your overall momentum as you move into your next level off living. You can’t rest until you’ve satisfied your Why.
ALWAYS know your WHY! (Why you do what you do) Write it down. Post it in front of you so that you can see it everyday and remind yourself of your purpose. When your focus is off seeing your Why will realign your priorities and help you stay on track. Your WHY will be your fuel to keep you going when you’re tired or in a rough spot. Your WHY will keep you grounded so your pace is strong and sure so that you can continue moving toward your dreams. Your WHY is your life line that leads to your future. #KnowYourWHY.

Legacy And You

Today I want to ask you about your legacy. What will you build now to support the generations to come? How will they remember you? What are you supposed to leave to add to them? A business that they can work in or sell? A book of your life lessons to help them avoid the pitfalls you encountered? A Life Insurance policy that makes their financial woes lessen after you are gone? Investments? An understanding of HOW to acquire and maintain wealth? Great health habits? What are you building?
Life is not just about how well you do, its about who you bless with your abilities along the way and what inheritance you leave behind for those who will need to benefit from your knowledge when your are gone.
Henry Ford, Rockefeller, Thomas Edison, and SC Johnson left a legacy of enginuity and creative inventions. Mother Theresa and Nelson Mandela left a legacy of love for humanity. Shakespeare, DaVinci, and Michelangelo left artistic masterpieces. Michael, Whitney, Tupac, and Luther left beautiful melodies, lyric and song. Every one their own way. What will you leave?
Never forget, your life is your legacy.

Lose Your Ego Find Your Purpose

I was riding in the car the other day when I heard an ad on the radio that made me pause. The ad was trying to get people to apply for a position at a charitable organization. It wasn’t really a riveting ad. Then, like an unexpected punch in the gut, I heard the phrase, “Lose your ego and find your purpose.”. It not only made me pause, but it started my wheels to turning. I began to wonder just how many ways do opportunities come to shape us for the future that we missed because of our inability to lose our ego.