Most people don’t create their lives so as to reach the end without regrets. It’s easy to think you have a lot of time to accomplish and create, but the truth is you have no idea when life will be over. Here’s how to have fewer regrets when you reach the end…
Today’s podcast topic is one of the most important things you can put your attention on, but many men don’t.
Ready for it?
It’s a biggie!
Here it is:
You are going to die and you don’t know when.
Of course you know this, but how much do you think about this?
How much do you live your life based aware of this reality?
Most people don’t plan and create their lives to reach the end without regrets.
It’s easy to think you have a lot of time to accomplish and create, but the truth is you have no idea when life will be over.
On today’s Man Alive podcast, I am joined by David Wood, Coach and CEO of Play For Real. As a former Consulting Actuary to Fortune 100 companies David has been coaching powerful people for decades. He talks about how to have fewer regrets in life by increasing truth, daring, and caring.
In this conversation we discussed:
- How to add play to your life without giving up taking life seriously
- 3 ways to be more fulfilled in life NOW and avoid being on your death-bed with regrets
- How to navigate fear as you take the risks that are necessary to feel fully alive
- A new way to look at the results you create — it frees you to enjoy life and be more successful
- Creating balance by assessing your life phase and current needs
This conversation inspired me to create a clearer vision for my life! I’m confident you’ll have your own powerful realizations, and maybe even jump into new actions, after listening
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David says: “When you’re 10,000 feet ABOVE the Himalayas hanging from a piece of cloth, you see life differently.” He holds the viewpoint that life is the best game there is, and asks: Are you playing for REAL?
David coaches high performing entrepreneurs, executives and leaders to play the best game they possibly can, living a regret-free life. How? By setting life-changing goals, taking laser-focused action, and increasing their levels of Truth, Daring, and Caring – in both life and work.
A former Consulting Actuary to Fortune 100 companies – including Sony Music, Proctor & Gamble, and Exxon – David left his cushy Park Avenue job 20 years ago to explore both the outer world, and his own inner world. Along the way he’s coached thousands of hours in a dozen countries around the globe, and is the author of Get Paid For Who You Are, with foreword by Jack Canfield.