In the work that I do, I have noticed a frustration in people’s lives. It usually starts in their 30’s and continues on for the rest of their lives. This is the frustration they express, ”Why is there such a gap between the life I’ve aspired to and dreamed of, and the life I’m actually living?”
In evaluating my own life, I have asked myself, “Have I come, even partially close, to doing my very best in this life? And, in reality, does anyone ever really do his or her best? If not, why not?
How can you change the course of your life? How do you achieve a life of excellence? Today I discuss the importance of learning to use the accumulation of time. Multiply tiny pieces of time with small increments of daily effort, and you can accomplish magnificent things. You can find that life of excellence. But it is crucial to remember this: the most important areas of your life require regular deposits of time as the years go by. If these opportunities are missed, they are lost forever.
Since your final destiny has yet to be determined, starting today, why not live an exceptional life and leave a lasting legacy behind?