If you knew you had three to six months to live, what would you leave as legacy?
No one knows when their time comes, but everyone knows that this life is transitory. But what if you are looking at how to create your legacy, and just don’t know where to begin? Or maybe you do have some ideas, but would like a solid base.
If this is something you have thought about but not taken action, you may need direction. Just decide, first of all, that you can start where you are — no matter what you’re doing now.You could begin by simply assessing just where things stand now, being honest and using it to show you where you would like to be.
And then decide that, whatever it takes, you will come up with a secure plan, to not only ensure that your new life works out, but to give you a sense of stability. And also the inspiration, that you will be fulfilled with your new life.
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While you are thinking about your own life, and if you are looking for inspiration, I recommend this YouTube video of a really good lecture.
He knew he was dying and yet he gave the speech of his life
Randy Pausch (October 23, 1960 – July 25, 2008) gave his last lecture on September 18, 2007. His speech, entitled ‘Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams’, was recorded at Carnegie Mellon University where he taught.
This is the full length version of his speech. It’s long, yet well worth the investment of your time to hear it.