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Define Your Dash

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

One of the chestnuts in the self-development space is your “dash.”  Meaning the dash engraved on your tombstone between the day you were born and the day you die.  The concept speaks to what you do with that dash.  If you were on your deathbed and someone asked you what you remember best about your life, I have a hunch it would not be…

No matter how long you live, there is one thing you can never be certain of: living another day. Make this one count.

Peace,

– RG

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4 thoughts on “Define Your Dash

  1. Dmitry says:

    Thanks for the message. Simple but powerful as always.
    P.S. But Grammar Nazi in me is stil crying “It’s not Fortnight but Fortnite” 🙂 Wish you all guys a nice day

    1. Randy Gage says:

      Actually I appreciate grammar Nazis. Thanks, I corrected.

      1. Dmitry says:

        Forgot to thank you for an article called “The books that molded my life”. Thanks to it, I’ve read “Atlas Shrugged”, “The Fountainhead”, “On the Road” and “As a Man Thinketh” (reading all of them was magnificent) and now reading “Moby-Dick”.
        P.S. Need to correct my own mistakes – it’s not “stil” but “still” and it’s not “Grammar Nazi” but “grammar Nazi”. Peace

  2. This is deja vu, Randy! This morning I listened to Tony Alessandra speaking on “The Optimist Advantage”, speaking about this very topic and I thought to myself: “Peter, write about “the dash” for tomorrow’s blogpost!

    Great topic Randy!

 

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