Live for the now.

Below is a blog post from a friend of mine – Dwain Maralack. 

I previously heard about this Mexican fisherman parable from Simon Sinek, whilst watching one of his YouTube Videos.

This parable resonates with me deeply. It takes very little effort to get swept up in this, always living for the future and never living (truly) for the now.

Does this mean, we should not save for a rainy day, keep learning, work hard and strive for a better life for us and our families? Absolutely not. There is no “honor” in laziness and carelessness but, as soon as we start missing the “now” and we get stressed up, “too busy” for everyday important things like spending time with our family, something needs to change #perspective

Read the Story here – https://dwain.blog/2018/03/14/is-enough-enough/

 

When is enough enough? How long are we delaying our lives as we struggle for someone else’s picture of perfection? How many more years should we put into building a fortune, for our old age? We all need to read the story below na make up our one minds. The Mexican Fisherman and the Investment…

via Is enough, enough? — Dwain Maralack

2 Replies to “Live for the now.”

  1. Hey Dwain,

    Thanks for the comment. I think balance and perspective in life is really important, no matter the area (finance, health etc.)

    Thanks for the regular blog posts, I see you are making a point to blog regularly as you mentioned at WCJHB 2017, nice!

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