What’s Your Difference?

What do you spend your free time thinking about?  Lately I’ve been thinking about how I contribute to the world, what the impact of my life is on the future.

Have a plan to daily contribute at least once.  You can do this by putting $1 in the hand of a homeless person. You can hold the door for someone. You can share a good idea for free with someone online.  You can pick up a piece of trash so it goes in the garbage not an animal or hurts the earth.

Have a plan to monthly contribute in a bigger way.  Donate time or money to an organization that helps others.  Have a monthly newsletter with free inspiration and tips you send out to encourage others.  Offer to help your elderly neighbor with something.  Spend time with those you love and are important to you.

Have a yearly plan to contribute.  Sponsor a child, organization or support them with your time.

Have a life plan to contribute.  What are you doing as a person?  What will you be remembered for after you die?  Will you even be remembered?  Will what you’ve done in life matter?  I encourage you to make sure that you do have a positive impact on the world, whether it’s by sharing the message of someone else, contributing to the future of someone or making the world a better place through your own inspiration or innovation.

These thoughts are part of one of my Path Plan Track courses, “10 Daily Habits”.   Click here and scroll down about 2/3 of the page to learn more about my “10 Daily Habits” course and other courses and programs I offer.

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