Mindstate Motivation Blog

Past, Present, Future

Each of the three words in the above title would suggest distinctly different times in the continuum of time.  Seems to make sense to me.  How about you?

Here’s the challenge when thinking that way about the continuum of our lives.  A successful past portends a successful future as long as you leverage the opportunities of the present.  In other words, don’t give up on experiencing the powerful events in your present because you are so focused on dwelling on the negatives of the past or achieving something out in the future.

The last thing you want to happen in trying to live a fulfilling life is to reach the end with the wrong question in mind.  The question?  “Why didn’t I stop, focus and enjoy more frequently during each precious minute of my life?”

Rather than having the above question on your mind, how about doing the things necessary to have the following thought.  “Now, that my life is over I’m glad I lived every minute of it.”

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