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I felt a wave of emotion come over me. Not just anyone. Someone who has lost their way and needs help finding themselves again. Then, assist them to cast a vision for their life that will make them wake up each day with a passion for life. Pay it forward through having your own child. Instill beliefs in that child, which can make a difference and carry on all of your best traits.
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Go to a popular coffee shop and look for a table with someone on their own. While ordering your coffee, ask the cashier if you can pay for the coffee of that stranger too. Why do this? It will show the table of people that nice things can happen for no reason. It will show them that strangers care.
What will happen next? Imagine if we all did this. Such a small act can create more good and help to overshadow all the evil that exists. You can start that change. This idea came from a story I heard about the iconic Olivia Newton-John. As the story goes, she regularly visits this cancer ward in Australia and goes around to every room to see the patients. Spend some time with them and tell them a story which takes their mind of their cancer fight. Through seeing people that are dying, it makes me appreciate my own health so much more.
It makes me realize why I need to look after my body and it will do the same for you.
2. Visit all seven continents
Unlike my other business ventures, this one is going to serve the greater good and have an empowering purpose. The energy that we need to live a happy life is found in doing something that matters. Profit is awesome, but after a while, it just becomes numbers on a screen. Take those numbers and do something that makes a difference. There are so many books I want to read and never seem to have time to complete. At worst, a new pair of runners can help someone in need break their cycle for a few brief moments.
A legacy, for me, is something that leaves me with a sense that I have inspired millions of people. A legacy is different for each of us, but I worry that so many people I meet are not creating one that is meaningful to them.
We then become that older person and realize we have been lying to ourselves this whole time. A must have for me is to meet my hero. My hero is Tony Robbins. I had the pleasure of shaking his hand at an event here in Melbourne a few weeks ago. Before I die, I want to meet him properly.
I want to ask him what caused him to live this incredible life of serving others. I know what his answer will be and I plan to go deeper.