The average person spends almost 25 intentional hours buying a new car and almost zero intentional hours planning their life. Today’s guest puts this absurd reality into perspective for us.
Michael Hyatt is a New York Times Bestselling Author and Former CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishing. Michael is also a keynote speaker to fortune 500 brands, his blog pulls over a half million monthly readers, and he’s been featured in Fast Company, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and Inc Magazine as a thought leader on personal development.
Takeaways From This Episode
- It’s sad to win at work and not win at life.
- Imagine your funeral as a scene in a movie. When family and friends stand to speak, what are they saying?
- Whatever it is, busyness often forces us to take Plan-B. And a Plan-B routine typically ends as a Plan-B life.
- Too often we leave these gaping undefined holes in the most important areas of our lives.
- Unless we have a destination in mind, it’s tough to separate the opportunities from the distractions.
- Discipline is doing things we don’t necessarily like to achieve something we love.
- No one wakes up and says, “Today I want to DRIFT.” However, if you’re not living a life according to design, then you’re living a life according to DRIFT.
- Without a Life Plan, you most likely end up far from where you hoped to be, regretting the decisions or inaction that shape your life.
- People lose their way when they lose their why.
How did this podcast make you feel? Were you motivated to be more intentional about planning your life? Let me know in the comments below.