I can’t stop thinking about this! I am still 60 years old.
In reflecting… I had good intentions, but I haven’t helped anybody achieve their dreams. I look at this as a failure in life…if I can’t help others.
Now I am 60 with nothing to show for it…and I don’t have much time left! But at least now, I am going to savor each moment with the time I do have left.
I asked my wife of 28 years: what happened to mybig dreams? She answered that question with a kiss. Isn’t she a great wife?
I would like to give back to other struggling entrepreneurs. Can I show them how to succeed in sales? I have been out of sales for 10 years (a stroke thing). Do I still have what it takes?? I would like to do the things that people really want: all the ins and outs of sales. I would like to help them…no compensation…but with the fact that I was doing something nice.
I turned 60 at the beginning of the year…but I am NOW considering what that means. What have I done with my life?
My father had a heart attack at 60 and died from another heart attack at age 62. Did he teach others how to succeed in sales? Did he mentor others to take risks? Did he coach others that needed a coach? The answer: No…but I am not doing that either!
When I was in my early 20’s, I was confident I would my successful, but it would take some time. So I spent my 20’s, 30’s, 40’s and 50’s putting the plan in place that would help me accomplish my goals. Now I am 60, and where am I?
I didn’t accomplish any of my life changing goals!
But I did achieve my annual goals; I dated a lot, I got married to my beautiful wife, I raised 2 great kids, I went on nice vacations, I have a great home. But did I accomplish anything significant? Not really. OK, now that I think about it, I have accomplished a lot!
I have lived each day as if it were my last and I feel blessed with every remaining day. After my stroke, I am content with what I have and find joy with the things that other people have. I can’t explain it, but I think that defines happiness!