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Don’t Go to Your Grave With the Music Still In You!


Don’t Go to Your Grave With the Music Still In You!

“Don’t go to your grave with the music still in you” was a saying I heard from Bob Proctor (The Secret) many years ago and it has resonated with me ever since. So what does it mean? It means, don’t go to your grave:

  • Without writing that book you’ve always wanted to write
  • Without taking that trip of a lifetime you’ve planned for years
  • Without telling the people you love how much you really care about them
  • Without finishing the many projects you’ve started and never completed
  • Without completing your goals

I think you get the picture! How many times have you heard people say, “as soon as I retire I’m going to travel the world”. The sad fact is that many people reach retirement age and die shortly after and don’t live to fulfil their dream.

So what if you don’t have enough money to travel when you’re younger? If the goal is big enough and you’re prepared to do whatever it takes to achieve it, you will find the money.

Many people believe that once they retire they will have all the time in the world and put off projects until then.

Wouldn’t it be better to travel or do whatever you’ve dreamed about before it’s too late? Choosing to live your life day by day is a far better option than saving it all up until you “have time”. The trouble is your time runs out.

To fulfil your lifetime goals, set yourself small ones every day so that you get into the habit of setting and achieving goals. It makes it so much easier to set a big goal and then take the action needed to achieve it.

Setting a big goal is exciting and exhilarating and is enormously satisfying once you’ve achieved it. Don’t set yourself a goal without having some idea of how it will pan out. You need a plan, much like a road map, of what you have to do along the way to get there. Whatever you do, don’t give up!

There’s nothing worse than going to a relative or friend’s funeral knowing that they hadn’t achieved what they’d set out to do with their life. Don’t go to your grave with the music still in you! Live each and every day as if it’s your last!

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