Million dollar question! 

Steve job once said:For the past 33 years, I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself: ‘If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?’ And whenever the answer has been ‘No’ for too many days in a row, I know I need to change something.


🤔 Have you ever looked in the mirror and asked yourself “if today were the last day of your life , would you want to do what you’re about to do today ?
✨✨✨ if not I challenge you to do this for atleast 30 days! ✨✨✨

                 ⭐️ After those 30 days ! ⭐️
🤔 if the answer was NO ,how many days in a row has the answer been ‘NO’ for you ???? 
     🤔 How many days , months , or years will it take to convince you that you need to make a change ? 
🤔 And once you hit your limit what are you going to do about it !  
🤔What would you change ? 
🤔How would you change it ? 
🤔 Do you have an exit strategy if needed ? 
⭐️ this quote really made me dig deeper and hopefully it will benefit someone else as well once you answer these questions. 

   If you would like to share your answer or thoughts of this entry please comment below . If not I still encourage you to jot this down in a journal or even reflect and plan with a good friend or mentor.⭐️
Love you all and be blessed ! We have less than six months to either end this month with a bang or plant seeds in order to start the new year off on the right foot! Let’s make it happen !!! I’m rooting for all of you from the known to the unknown ! 😁👍🏽

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14 Comments

  1. My answer was yes. I love what I do as a stay at home mom and blogger. I can enjoy time with my kids while doing something I love, writing. If it ever becomes no, I will pursue an outside of the home career. For now, my answer is yes.

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  2. actually i quit my job on monday officially and now on my month notice -why because i woke up everyday hating going to work and for me in my life thats a big no no! its not even about money its more about knowing 5 days of the week i know i am not miserable for 8-9 hours

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  3. more often than not the answer is no down to practicalities, I just think it’s important to appreciate what you do have every single day of your life!

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  4. This is a very thought provoking post. I do not want to be doing what I am doing right now if this were the last day of my life. I would be reaching out to my loved ones, reassuring them of my love for them, and just filling our hearts and minds with beautiful memories.

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  5. I’m a reflective contemplative person so I ask myself lots of questions on a daily basis. Without self-reflection, many of us flounder. It is an important, even life saving, habit to develop.

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