I’d rather live my life knowing I took chances, risked it all and continually made positive strides by jumping into new opportunities when they’ve presented themselves, trustingly knowing that even though each situation’s outcome remained a mystery, the Universe would always catch me.
Although the way I’m living is unconventional by societal standards, for me it has paid off incredibly. In a nutshell, I live in Bali and have created a successful client-based business where I constantly get to help other people fulfill their dreams and discover their purpose too.
I easily could’ve ditched “the road less traveled” for a far more conventional route too by planning out my entire lifespan to fit perfectly in a nice, neat, little box. But, I also know me and how I would’ve then spent the remainder of my life lost in an eternity of wondering what could of happened if I only I had tried something new and different.
Those “Shoulda, coulda, woulda” monsters will eat your brain.
How are you spending your life? Are you planning for another day that may or may not ever come?
LIFE IS ALWAYS HAPPENING NOW.
Regret’s a bitch, and living with regret is my greatest fear, so a long time ago I decided to create my life around the beautiful places I want to live and spend my valuable time only with the types people of whom I create beautiful memories with.
I know in this lifetime I’ll never regret anything, because I consciously make decisions to prevent regret. I’ve taken my chances, risked it all and jumped.
Love life and it will love you back.
Every single one of us on the face of this planet were born into existence for specific reasons, and I’ll let you in on a hint: it definitely was NOT just to pay your bills and die.
So ask yourself…
In your last moments on earth while you’re breathing your final breath, what will be the legacy you leave behind?
Will it be a legacy filled with purpose, meaning, adventure, contentment, fulfillment and the satisfaction of knowing you chose to live each day in the NOW?
Will it be a legacy of regret and wondering what else might have happened if only you would have tried, but instead chose to save your biggest and brightest potential for another day and a future that never even came.