Walter Mitty, Mark Champion, consider this

Consider This Diem Carped

Carpe diem, quam minimum credula postero.” Latin. I never learned that language. I hear it’s worth it, knowing that language and all…

What does it mean?

“Seize the day, put very little trust in tomorrow (the future).”

What is today asking of you?

Therefore don’t worry about tomorrow, because tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.

– Matthew 6:34 (HCSB)

Today is the day. Not tomorrow, right? We all know that tomorrow is coming. We’ll get there.

But today.

That’s where we are, and that’s where Life lives.

Today.

Walter Mitty, Mark Champion, consider this

Have you ever considered what seizing the day really means for you? Today is your day. You have the opportunity to grab everything that you go after today.

So go. GO HARD after it! And don’t give up. You’ll have an enemy raise up though. You know that. We all do.

That junk comes at us and tries to tear us down and make us small. Most of that junk comes when we look at the mirror. But don’t forget, not even death can take your spirit.

Consider This

Your day is here. For the taking!

I have been on a journey of discovery for the last few months. I stepped away from a career I have been heavily involved in for 18 years. I came face-to-face with some past fears and some new fears, like walking on fire! I have discovered new ways to create goals and achieve them. I have also created new goals. And that is what today’s post is truly about.

New Direction

I have an announcement coming on April 10. It’s the beginning of the second quarter for 2015. I will personally be headed in a new direction. I will be asking you to come along with me, to journey with me. It should be a fun new adventure!

I hope you want to come with me.

Have you ever considered where you are going for 2015? I would love to help you on that journey. Two things:

1. Let me know you want to come with me!
or
2. Tell me you want to consider what’s coming up for the remainder of 2015.

That’s it. Are you willing to come with? Or do you want someone to come with you?

Let’s consider this Diem Carped! Fill out this form and we’ll get to it!

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