How to love the life you live

How to love the life you lifeDo you love the life you live? Do you enjoy your work? Life should never be just about work but it’s a big part of our lives, so it does have an effect on how we feel about ourselves.

Do you get up each morning feeling inspired by what you’ll be doing during the day ahead?

A good question to ask yourself is the one Steve Jobs asks in the video below, “If you knew that today was the last day of your life would you still be happy doing what you have to do today?”

Knowing we will die one day reminds us that our time is precious and we should use it wisely.

Life is short and none of us know when our final moment will arrive. So we must follow our heart and focus our energy on work that matters to you.

If your work matters to you then you’ll do it well. And if you do it well you’ll make a difference. Make a difference and you’ll leave a legacy. Do this and you’ll love the life you live.

How to love the life you lifeAll of this is easier said than done of course. Many people experience a life without any real sense of satisfaction. Far too many people experience a lifetime of disappointment and regret. And too many people don’t love the life they live.

However it doesn’t have to be that way. You don’t have to accept a less than satisfactory life.

If you’re life is unsatisfactory then you need to change.

A good place to start is by listening to the inspiring observations from the late Steve Jobs, founder of Apple, contained in the video ‘If today were the last day of my life’ included below. His words are thought-provoking and powerful. I found this video truly inspirational and I recommend it to you.

How to love the life you live:

Between now and dead would you be happy to continue with the life you have right now?


Then you must change and keep changing until you love the life you live.

Never accept second best because life is far too short.

Remember: Whilst you have to make a living, you also have to make a life too. Have no regrets, start making the life you want to live as quickly as possible. It’s later than you think.

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