A Personal Greeting from Robin Sharma: Live Fully Now

Robin Sharma  

Too many human beings postpone living.  We say that we will live our best lives when we have more time or when we finish the pressing projects that are consuming us.  We tell those around us that we will be more loving and passionate when things slow down.  We promise ourselves that we will get into world-class physical condition and eat healthier food when we have a little bit more time.  Yet, deep within us, each one of us knows that there will never be a better time to live our biggest life than now.  And if not today, then when?

Most of us live as if we have all the time in the world.  We put off living and reaching for our highest and best.  And yet, the days slip into weeks, the weeks slip into months and the months slip into years. Before you know it, your life will be over.  And most people, when they are on their deathbeds, have the same regrets: that they did not take enough risks, that they did not realize their highest personal potential.  And they did not give more love.

There are no extra days.   There are no meaningless days.   This very day is the day that you can make a choice to stand for something higher and be the person you know in your heart you have always wanted to be.   Today is the day you can make the decision to get into outstanding physical health or to be a genuine leader at work or to be more authentic as a human being or to take more risks and run towards your fears.   To me, that’s what leadership is all about.  Seizing the moment and living your life as an example to others of what’s possible for a human being to create. Keep thinking about what your best life will look like.  As I share in my speeches and workshops: “With better awareness you can make better choices and when you make better choices, you will see better results.”

In leadership and with love,
Robin Sharma


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