Use it or Lose it

Use it or Lose it

July 2nd, 2020 // 12:57 pm @

Use it or Lose it

Here we are at the perfect moment to serve as your reflection point of your year:  July 1, 2020.  Doesn’t it feel like this year has lasted 9 or 10 months already?  Yet, we have only arrived at the half way mark.

This midpoint comes exactly where it should each and every year: the week of celebration and remembrance of our country’s independence.

You have the opportunity to do something incredibly powerful in your life right now.  While so many others focus on (and even attempt to erase) history and thereby putting all of their energy into reliving the past; you are committed to writing your future.

Appreciate, learn from, and make the most out of the past that made the present possible.  Use it to propel, create, and reshape the future, whatever you want it to be.

My challenge to you, as we turn the corner into the second half of the year and we celebrate our independence that gives you the ability to pursue your own future, is to do something with it.  Not just anything, but…

Something remarkable,

Something powerful,

Something that will make 2020 a year to remember, instead of a year to forget.

So, how will you harness the power of your independence to move your life, impact, influence, prosperity forward?

Take advantage of being in this great country where we get the freedom to decide where we are headed next.  I say to you, be proud to be an American Business Owner.

And I ask you, why be a business owner if you aren’t going to stand for something bigger than just being employed by yourself?

This Independence Day dig down deep and decide to make something great happen for your life, your business, yourself, the people you care about, the people you serve, and the principles you stand for.

The bottom line is very simple – with everything in life – and especially with your freedom, liberty, and independence…

What you don’t use, you lose.

What you don’t venerate, you let disintegrate.

Don’t be distracted by the commotion, don’t be subdued by the noise, and never forget the point of what made it all possible in the first place.

The founding fathers had a bigger vision far beyond themselves in mind.  The people who have died and those that have sacrificed so much to create, retain, and harden these truths were fighting for more than the moment – but the future.  It was never for themselves but for their country and the generations to come.

Enjoy your independence and celebrate it for a day – but then get back to work doing your part to keep it going for your children and grandchildren by dreaming big, living bigger, and exemplifying just how loud freedom rings.

Happy Independence Day

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