Well I could say that the last 100 days have been rewarding, but I must clarify that the last 50 years have been rewarding! Here’s a few important things I’ve learned in my journey. Some of them Ive learned when I approached the age of 30, others when I approached the age of 40, and others I have only begun to embrace through this process of evaluation. These are some things that we all need to work on diligently:
Develop patience and kindness Learn how to relax Become friends with change Know what you are good at, and what you are not Be confident in your relationship with God
Develop a commitment to lifelong learning Commit to great at what you are good at Know how you can add value to others, and do so everyday Choose the people you want to help to succeed Develop good eating habits
I’m looking forward to the next segment of life, to the age of 60. I am moving more and more into the realm of mentoring others and preparing to enter my final seasons of life with excellence and making a lasting impact. I’m leaning and looking forward to the journey ahead. Thank you again for your patience and friendship in this evaluation journey of the last 100 days! I hope you have learned a few things that will help you evaluate your own journey. I’m grateful! Here I am at my first birthday celebration with my two brothers.
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