Posts Tagged ‘Life’

It’s Not Too Late: Reshape Your Story

Saturday, October 21st, 2017

A cancer diagnosis brings a spiritual journey for many. Regardless the prognosis or treatment, cancer patients and their loved ones are suddenly faced with the realization that time is not a limitless commodity.

But why wait for a medical diagnosis or another life altering event to force you to revisit your priorities?  What story do you want to tell?  Do you want people remembering you for hitting volume and profit targets or your thousands of “friends” on Facebook?  Or would you prefer to live a life filled with stories that reflect your honesty, kindness, and integrity?

Life is precious.

Reshape Your Life

Don’t be afraid to pivot or change priorities:

  1. Choose carefully who and how you spend your moments. Trying to make everybody happy is impossible.
  2. Be brave.  Celebrate your life instead of wasting energy with those you don’t like or at a job simply going through the motions.
  3. Be selective. Allow your story to unfold based on the person you truly want to be remembered for.

Use the experiences you want close family/friends to remember, as your guide.  Be honest with yourself about what you truly value versus simply what you want.

Two very different questions… Two very different outcomes.

~ Lianne

Live Life to the Fullest

Saturday, November 19th, 2016

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Do you live every day with purpose, conscious and in the present?

Are you focusing on the right priorities that will help you grow into a kind, generous and loving person?

When something unexpected happens,  how flexible and open minded are you?

When we woke up this morning, we were handed a gift called “today.” Not only is this gift precious but also priceless. Consequently, anything of value should also bring an increased desire and responsibility to not lose, waste or throw away that gift. While it’s completely logical that as we move through life we accumulate stuff: knowledge, experiences both good and bad, material possessions, connections, even weight. There is one thing we will never gain… Time.

Knowing each moment is precious and you live each day only once:

  1. Discipline yourself to live each day to the fullest.
  2. Find the courage to live your life on your terms, following your own goals and inner voice.
  3. Choose to live each moment with passion and commitment.
  4. Eliminate the noise and drama of others who don’t believe, support or pump you up.
  5. Life isn’t measured on a curve so avoid comparing yourself to others which only robs you of joy
  6. Most important, be the best you can be.

~ Lianne