What would you do if you knew you couldn’t fail? That is the powerful question that today’s guest asks. Have you ever asked yourself that question?
So, what is it? What is the thing you would do if you knew you could not fail?
Is that what you are doing right now, professionally? What about in your relationships?
Today’s guest is more than a decade younger than me, but I learned a lot from this interview. In fact, I took more notes of my own after listening than I have on any previous interview.
I’ll think you’ll enjoy it and learn a ton as well.
Greg Faxon helps people to live deliberately. I love his attitude and purpose.
Greg believes that:
- Most people live passively. They work hard all of their lives, only to wake up one day with a feeling of emptiness, with no idea where they are or how they got there. Is that you?
- A small few work smart. These are the people that you probably know who always seem to wake up motivated, happy, and productive. They naturally make more of an impact because they have discovered something…that something this:
- You don’t have to do what you are told. You don’t have to trade your sanity for success. When you live deliberately, your life becomes a lot less painful and a lot more enjoyable.
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Ask yourself the question, “What would I do if I could not fail?” Then act on that answer.
>What would you do if you could not fail?