It has been proven that people with long time perspective as opposed to short time perspective achieve and get more out of life. Long term perspective does not mean always thinking about the future and waiting for the future to happen. It rather means living today in a way that makes the future we foresee happen. Steven R. Covey puts it in the sentence “Begin with the end in mind” in his book The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. A good way to find out what the end will be like for you is to ask yourself the simple question: If today is my last day on earth how will I spend it, how do I want to be remembered? This simple question, if asked consistently, can be a game changer for your life.
If today is your last day on earth how will you live it? What won’t you do? Who will you call, what to say? Who will you want to spend your remaining hours with?
This post is day 3 of One hundred words every day for 10 days. Total: 148 words.