I don’t want to get to the end of my life wondering, "Could I have been more connected to that human being?"Dr. Michael Brown
- Some of the most common regrets at the end of life are related to health, honesty, and human connection.
- We often fail to pursue our dreams because we are too concerned with what others will think about us.
- Our bucket lists are typically full of adventurous activities rather than meaningful moments.
- “What do you want to be when you grow up?” is a less important question than “Who do you want to be when you die?”
- In a chaotic and changing world, the only thing we can ever control is who we are becoming.
- We shouldn’t wait until the end of our lives to begin thinking about who we want to be at the end of life.
- Carry a physical object with you each day to serve as a reminder that every moment matters, and tomorrow is never guaranteed.
- When weighing potential career options, begin with the question, “What do I want to be true of me?”
- Make a commitment to accomplish every bucket list item with the people you care about most.
- Cultivate friendships with people who are several years older than you in order to benefit from their wisdom and reflections.
- Consider the question, “What am I most at risk of regretting at the end of my life?” and change the trajectory of your choices to ensure this is not the case.
You're Gonna Die
We all know we’re going to die someday, but how many of us believe that we will die today? This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Logan Brown introduce us to the marble mindset and how to live each day as if it’s our last.
Focus On Becoming
Life is far too short to live on accident. This week Dr. Michael Brown and his oldest son, Justin Brown, have an honest conversation about how to be intentional with the one life we are given.
Embrace Your Season
As this winter comes to a close, we are reminded that every season is a new opportunity to become fully alive. This week, Dr. Michael Brown is joined by business owner and grandmother Kathy Wilhelm as they explore an essential framework for living life well.