The Long Game

In his blog post, A Year from Now…, Seth Godin reminds great leaders of the importance of their living and doing today to make better tomorrows.

Will today’s emergency even be remembered? Will that thing you’re particularly anxious about have been hardly worth the time you put into it?
Better question: What could you do today that would matter a year from now?

A purposeful and value-added life is about always doing your best while never letting life’s inconveniences disrupt that flow and get in the way. Ralph Marston wrote: “What you do today can improve all your tomorrows.” The words create a beautiful change of focus and mindset, one of an intentional search each day to find and sow those precious seeds which will later blossom.

The magic and joy of your future rests anxiously in your hands – in every word, thought, action, behavior and attitude. May you be intentional in capturing the opportunities and challenges of what today holds. May you begin each day with the question: What will I do today that will matter a year from now? Let your responses be the value-added and exciting foundations of your dreams, goals and purpose, and improve all your tomorrows. Your best is yet to come! It is all in your hands. Life is so very good.

Have a beautiful day and a magnificent week!!!

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