We are in the last month of this year. Soon, we will enter the new year. It’s not just a new year, though, it’s also a new decade! I believe it’s a good time to reflect and think about your life. Moreover, it’s a good time to reinvent your life. No matter how your life has been, you have the opportunity to start anew. On that note, I have a course coming that you might find helpful. Purpose Mastery is a course that helps you find and live out your purpose in life. If you want to start 2020 with a renewed sense of purpose, this is the course for you. Enrollment will open on Saturday, December 14. Stay tuned!
The name of this website is Life Optimizer. Accordingly, the mission here is optimizing lives. I want to optimize my life and share what I learn with you. I’d also like to learn how you optimize your life. The end goal is that we can all reach our full potential. How can we optimize our lives then?
Note: The offer below has expired, but click here to get a special offer from Blinkist. (On the next page, click Claim Offer and then Try it free for 7 days to get the discount) To reach your full potential, it’s important that you invest in your self-education. Knowledge is power and having a knowledge advantage will take you far in life.
What is your definition of success? Everyone might have different answers to this question, but I believe that true success comes from contributing to a cause that matters to you in a balanced way. There are two parts here. First, you need to contribute to a cause that matters to you. Second, you need to do that in a balanced way. If you do these two things, you will have a fulfilling life.
A while back, I read Personal Finance for Dummies. I found statements in the book that intrigued me: “Many people toil away at work, dreaming about a future in which they can … do what they want, when they want. People often assume that this magical day will arrive when they retire…” “Many of the people I speak to say that they do want to retire, and most say the sooner, the better.”
Are you living your own life? Or are you living someone else’s life? The questions above might seem simple, but they are important. After all, one of the most common lifetime regrets is “I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.”