Here's what we must ask constantly, "What, for me, would be a good life?" And you have to keep going over and over the list—a list including areas such as spirituality, economics, health, relationships and recreation.
So, what would constitute a good life? Jim Rohn has a short list:
1. Productivity. - You won't be happy if you don't produce. The game of life is not a test. Yes, we must rest but only long enough to gather strength to get back to productivity.
2. Good friends. - Friendship is probably the greatest support system in the world, so don't deny yourself the time to develop it. Nothing can match it. It's extraordinary in its benefit.
3. Your culture. - Language, music, ceremonies, traditions, dress. All of that is so vitally important that you must keep it alive. The uniqueness of all of us, when blended together, brings vitality, energy, power, influence, and rightness to the world.
4. Spirituality. - It helps to for the foundation of the family that builds the nations. And make sure you study, practice and teach- don't be careless about the spiritual part of your nature because it's what makes us who we are, different from dogs and cats, birds and mice.
5. Don't miss anything. - My parents taught me not to miss anything, not the game, the performance, the movie, the dance....Go to everything you possibly can. Buy a ticket to everything you possibly can. Go see everything and experience all you possibly can.
6. Your family and the inner circle. - Invest in them, and they'll invest in you. Inspire them, and they'll inspire you. Take care of the details with your inner circle.
Make sure in your busy day to remember the true purpose and the reasons you do what you do. May you truly live the kind of life that will bring the fruit and rewards that you desire." ~Jim Rohn
As you move through this day, be sure to ask yourself, "What, for me, would be a good life?"
May You Sweetly Seek:)