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There is no tomorrow

Life is short, man. Doesn't matter if you get 100 years or you get 30. To put it in perspective, there are approximately 109 billion dead people while there are only 8 billion living today.

Our community lost a wonderful soul last week. She happened to be a fellow entrepreneur, former client, and an old friend. I enjoyed connecting with her, as you rarely meet ambitious twenty-somethings who start their own business.

That infectious smile and positive vibes radiated into everyone fortunate enough to meet her. Her commitment to helping others in need and genuine gratitude in life was absolutely inspiring. I thought to myself:

Most of us, including myself at times, live like tomorrow is guaranteed.

If I died tonight, I wouldn't have accomplished even half of my goals in life.

She'd probably still be around if she kept investing in her health.

I wish I had reached out more often to motivate her to get back at it.

As a professional that wakes up every day dedicating my life to helping others live to their fullest potential, it's the most rewarding thing on the planet as I live out my purpose. With this great responsibility comes great difficulties, however.

Seeing a client in any capacity pass away (let alone a friend) is painful.

Holding the key to a better life that very few people want to use is flummoxing.

Watching people retreat back to sedentary life when they get busy is fatiguing.

Knowing I provide the difference between more or less time here is onerous.

As a result of naively thinking tomorrow will come, people suffer from chronic thought-paralysis that leads to inaction in life. It's nice to think there will be this magical time where no obstacles are present in life and THEN it'll be time to take care of your health, right? The reality is that time is today and every day we're lucky enough to be on this planet.

How many times have you told yourself you'll start working out and eating healthy tomorrow? Or how about next Monday? Maybe when the kids go back to school? Work should slow down soon, right? Well if it's already July, might as well wait until January?

You've said at least one of those things to yourself. I know I have.

I look at all tragedies in life as an opportunity to learn, grow, and adapt. If you're reading this right now, you definitely have the means necessary to extend your lifespan. Don't waste another minute of that incredible gift thinking you have more time.


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