The more spontaneous you want to be, the more intentional you have to be in order to say ‘Yes’ to spontaneous moments as they occur.Dr. Tyler Schwanz
- There are so many special memories we have missed out on because we have failed to plan them.
- We often reserve surprises for special occasions even though we have the power to create fun and exciting moments every single day.
- Our tendency is to blame our circumstances rather than our choices for a lack of special memories.
- Scheduled, crafted, and designed experiences have the potential to become even more memorable than spontaneous experiences.
- At the end of our lives, all that we will have are our memories.
- Special memories are those that interrupt our normal routines.
- Invest more of your money on experiences than possessions.
- Spend an hour this week creating a special memory for someone you love.
- Routinely look around the room and consider how others will remember this moment.
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