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Are your best days in the past or are they yet to come?


Ask yourself.

Are your best days in the past 
or are they yet to come?

Well, when you ask 99% of 
people out there, here’s what 
happens.

They pause and then

They're going to kind of look
down and let out a little sigh
and they’re going to tell you 
something like: 

"Back in my day… 

...I was the shit." 

Or they’re going to say: 

"Yeah... life used to be so
easy… Life used to be…
so chill."

Right?

That’s just depressing. 

Seriously.

Who cares about your past?

I’m telling you if your best days 
are in the past, you’ve got a 
problem.

A big one.

It tells me first of all, you aren't looking forward to anything. You probably hate your work.


 You probably have no control of
your time. 


And money is probably an issue for you.

If that’s the case, you’ve got 
to make a decision. You either 
have to choose to make the
rest of your life - the best of
your life. Or you can join the
rest of the losers who live in
the past. Reading their press clippings. Thinking about that time they spiked the punch at the senior prom because that was the last cool thing they did..

I challenge you to make that 
choice right now.

If you choose to make the rest 
of your life, the best of your 
life, then have some fucking
urgency!

Choose to live that way
starting today.


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