Maybe we are a lot alike. You have this feeling deep inside that you were made for something better. You’re in the midst of an existential crisis where you realize this is it. This is your life – right now. You don’t get a dress rehearsal or a do-over. You get one shot at it and it’s not going the way you want it to go. You want more out of life. You can’t stand the idea of being average, mediocre or just getting by.
You’re tired of just settling, tired of putting aside your dreams, tired of accepting the conventional wisdom that life is hard and only the lucky few really enjoy it.
You’re tired of distracting yourself with television, surfing the web, checking your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Google Plus accounts to see if your virtual life is better than your real one.
You want to break away from the 95% who half-heartedly go to work every day to earn a living. You want to do what you are passionate about and make a life.
You don’t want to just get through the day. You want to wake up looking forward to what you’re going to get out of the day. You want feel like a kid on Christmas morning every day because you can’t wait to start the next part of your life.
You want to enjoy every part of your life. You believe God created you for a reason. You want your life to have meaning. You want to make a difference. You want to have an impact on the world and on the people you love. You want to leave a legacy. You want to give to others. You want to live with a Passionate Purpose™.
You want to dream big and enjoy the whole journey while you pursue those dreams and fulfill your destiny.
You want to be excited about your career, your spouse, your relationships, your family, your spiritual development, and your physical body.
But you want even more than that. You want freedom – freedom to control your own time, schedule, work, vacation and life. You want to travel the world with the people you love. You want to generate abundant amounts of income so you can do everything you’ve ever dreamed of. You want to take care of your family and give to help others. You want to reach your full potential and suck the juice out of every part of your life so that when you die everyone at your funeral says, “Wow, that dude lived.”
Oh, is that all? I hope you want all that and more. Isn’t that why you are reading this? What if I told you, you can have all that…depending on how you answer my questions?
Why are you reading this?
What do you want?
Have you kept a dream inside you without acting upon it?
How much longer will you wait? Are you waiting for “someday”? There was a great scene about this in the movie Knight and Day with Tom Cruise as Roy Miller and Carmen Diaz as June Havens. Their characters are just getting to know each other and they are talking about their dreams. June is talking about restoring an old car in her dad’s memory.
June: “I used to think that someday when the last part went in, I would just climb into that GTO and start it up and just drive and drive and keep driving ’til I reached the tip of South America…”
Roy: “Ah, someday, it’s a dangerous word.”
Roy: “It’s really just a code for never.”
“I think a lot about things I haven’t done. Dive in the Great Barrier Reef, ride the Orient Express, live on the Amalfi Coast with nothing but a motorcycle and a backpack, kiss a stranger on the balcony of the Hotel Du Cap…”
June: “Where is that?”
Roy: “The south of France. What about you? What’s your list?”
Great questions. Have you figured them out? Is “someday” just code for never for you? Do you want to change that? Have you taken action to begin living your dreams? Am I going to stop asking you questions for a second? Not yet.
How tragic would it be for you to never have your someday? How awful would it be for you and, really for all of us, if you die with your best still inside you?
Now is the time. Determine what you want. Set your course. Take action.
This is what I want to help you with. This is what my new book is on. You can get a free sample on the right side of this page. You can purchase the book now at Amazon by clicking here.
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