Your life is a live performance, and the small decisions you make every day have an irreversible effect on the trajectory of your life.
I’m not talking about reckless decisions that have obvious, negative consequences on our lives and the lives of others like drunk driving, plagiarizing an essay or robbing a bank.
I’m talking about the daily, quiet decisions you make passively that prevent your life from going in the direction you want it to. Things like spending our evenings watching TV, avoiding conversations with our family members, putting off that cruise we’ve been wanting to take with our spouse, consistently working late, or staying quiet when know we have a message to share.
It is these decisions not to do what matters that harm us more than anything else.
If you lived your life like it was a live performance, what would you do differently? I have a feeling you’d take some more risks, share what’s your mind, and check more things off of your bucket list.
You’d start projecting your voice and doing your own stunts, which is what I’m talking about on episode #30 as part of my Life at Performance Level series.
Tune in to hear:
- What it takes to live the life that you actually want to be living
- How to speak up about who you are and what you believe
- The key to motivating yourself when you know you need to take a risk
- How to say what you really think in a way that’s totally constructive.
- What you must do in order to leave a legacy
You can find this episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Google Play.
As a speaker and author, Curtis Zimmerman has impacted over one million people with his life-changing messages and award-winning programs. Curtis is an expert at transforming organizations by inspiring individuals to live their lives at performance level.
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