My mom was always positive. I mean, how can you be at a food bank on Christmas as an immigrant with no money and still able to ripple positive influence to your child. Legacy is about influence.Colin Nguyen
- We will never leave a legacy that we do not live.
- We will not wake up one day having become someone we have not been becoming.
- We will rarely stumble into success.
- We have 100% control over our very next choice, and the accumulation of these choices paves the path for who we will be at the end of our lives.
- A clear vision of who we want to become empowers us to make the choices necessary to become that very person.
- Our calling in life is often found in the place of our greatest pain and woundedness.
- We have the power to choose whether we will respond to the pain in our lives as a victim or a victor.
- Leaving a legacy is about laying a path someone else can walk upon, a foundation someone else can build upon, and a life someone else can learn from.
- Evaluate yourself honestly by asking the question, “Do I spend more time remembering my successes or reflecting on my values?”
- Create regular rhythms of reset in order to remind yourself what is most important.
- When the tasks before you feel overwhelming, break down your day into smaller, more manageable intervals.
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.
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.
Don't Die Wondering
The end of life is characterized by so many emotions, but perhaps the most devastating of these is regret. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Casey Greenawalt continue their ongoing conversation about becoming the best versions of themselves by considering how the reality of death should affect our lives.