5 Lessons from Death to Help You Create Joy, Passion, and Meaning


5 Lessons from Death to Help You Create Joy, Passion, and Meaning.

I am so blessed, cherishing every moment with Mom entwining these lessons into my heart and soul. ♥ 🙂

1. It’s not what you are; it’s who you are – wealth, status, and career are irrelevant in the end with the only truth being the people you loved and who loved you for who you were.

2. Now is the only time that really matters – don’t put off something that can be done today, as your tomorrow may never arrive.

3. Life is too short to be anything but happy – choose to see joy, even in difficult times, and it will bring you joy over and over again for the rest of your life.

4. Share your gifts with the world – this is what life is about.

5. Make a living bucket list. – live your life to the fullest while able to do so.

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About tether abundance

abundance tetherer, social advocate, bodacious blogger, jill of all trades, rebel businesswoman, ah-ha coach, caring friend, soul sister, blessed daughter, laughin', learnin' & lovin' along the thrilling roller coaster journey of my life. Personable and perceptive, I'm all about the abundance, the glass half full, I get jazzed about making a difference where I can together with other people. Like everyone, I've lived through the good, the bad and the ugly times, personally and professionally, that are inevitable in life's journey. Along the way, I've been fortunate to learn non-stop, get a BSc.and MBA, and had my fair share of success over 28 years working with a fascinating array of people in a diverse range of industries, sectors and organizations, from single person entrepreneurs to global Fortune 500 companies.
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