The things that we are spending our time doing and investing in, the things that we feel in the moment are important… so few of them actually matter in the end.Dr. Michael Brown
- It is easy to take those we love for granted when we spend time with them every day.
- It is often more comfortable and convenient to choose what doesn’t last, what doesn’t matter, and what doesn’t have meaning than to choose what matters most.
- We will not leave a legacy that we do not live.
- At the end of our lives, it is human connection that will matter most.
- The investments we make in our relationships today will profoundly impact the nature of those same relationships in the future.
- Choosing what lasts requires forethought and intentionality, because it rarely happens on accident.
- Implement the household rhythm of ‘Screen-Free Saturdays.’
- Engage in meaningful conversations and special memories even when you are tired or don’t feel like it.
- As you review your calendar at the start of each week, ensure that every day you have set aside time to be near to the people who matter most.
Be Fully Present
Take a deep breath. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Amy Seiffert have a conversation about the crucial, yet extremely difficult practice of really being wherever you are.
Feed Your Soul
We are quite familiar with how to feed our bodies. But what does it look like to also – and perhaps even more importantly – feed our souls? This week, Dr. Michael Brown and spiritual leader Steve Rieske introduce a powerful analogy that offers insights into how we can become truly satisfied in life.
Make Less Money
What would it look like if every time we were offered a job, we posed the question, “Are you willing to pay me less?” This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Dr. Justin Brown consider the surprising benefits of a lower income.