Though imperfect, Kobe’s legacy is how he tackled the day – every day- like it was his last. And, he wants you to do the same.
Joe knew he had to sacrifice the absorbing corporate world if he did not want to lose sight of his kids’ lives. He discovered inspiration from familiar songs, his tune did not change, but his life did.
Joe Marraccino left a job to find one that was aligned with his life priorities. The new opportunity has been hard to come by, but then voices, that made him who he was, gave him new inspiration.
A dad decides to get going from his long-time employer, gets going with class and some self-discovery, and now continues the self-discovery before landing (hopefully) his new career.
A working dad gets his priorities in order and decides to leave his long-time employer. Here is how he gets going with self- reflection and discovery.
Joe Marraccino is facing George Bailey/Wonderful Life crossroads. In his case, he really does not want his kids to live life as if he had never been born. He is addressing it, instead, this way.