Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Focus on the Now

Live each day as if it is the last day, for one day, it will be.”
- Anonymous

Here’s a couple sobering coaching exercises from Kenneth Nowack, author of Clueless, Coaching People That Just Don’t Get It:

1. Multiply your age times 365 days (your age in number of days):

2. Subtract that number from 27,421 days (average life span in the U.S., both sexes, 77.9 years, according to the Center for Disease Control):

I have about _____________ days left.

Do it Now!
"Never put off until tomorrow what you can do the day after tomorrow."

- Mark Twain

Have you been thinking about improving some aspect of your life? Running a half marathon? Starting a business? Learning a new language? Saving for retirement? Losing weight and getting in shape? Or becoming a better leader?
List five things you have been procrastinating about doing and plan to take some action on at least one of them this week:






"If something's hard to do, then what's the point?!"
- Homer Simpson

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