“Get busy living, or get busy dying.”
I believe there are many great life lessons in this movie, but today I’d like challenge you to think about what you’re capable of. Morgan Freeman’s character, Red, has become accustomed to life in prison and can’t imagine living outside the prison walls. And he certainly can’t imagine life in a small Mexican town on the Pacific coast.
But Andy encourages Red to consider the possibilites, and it makes for a great closing scene in the movie.
I was reminded of this recently when reading a recent blog post by Chris Guillebeau. Chris is a prolific writer and world traveler, and he’s become one of my favorite authors. In this blog post, Chris lays out in simple terms how each of us can achieve big things in our lives.
Personally, I find it challenging not to compare myself to others and base my definition of success on the success of others. Are there one or more items on this list that are challenging for you? Please reply to this email and let me know.
Many of my clients are women that have gone through a divorce or have lost their husband and become a widow. I really want these women to come to terms with their situation and I recognize this can take some time. But at some point, you need to get busy living, and I hope for you, that will include achieving some big things along the way.
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