Keys to finding the meaning of life


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In my opinion finding purpose in life is not as much of a mystery as it is made to be.  I believe we each have our own “meaning(s) of life” and if you have a desire to find yours; simply ask yourself these questions:

  • If I were to die tomorrow, what would I have left behind: and what would I LIKE to leave behind? Did I create something? Did I improve something? Did something I do help the people animals, and/or world around me?
  • What is most important to me?
  • What makes me happy?

The best advice I can give is “We only live once;”  life is too short to spend it simply obtaining, spending and obsessing over money.  Stop and revel in the present moment; You are ALIVE!

“Man surprised me most about humanity. Because he sacrifices his health in order to make money.  Then he sacrifices money to recuperate his health. And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present; the result being that he does not live in the present or the future; he lives as if he is never going to die, and then dies having never really lived.”  – The Dalai Lama XIV

I believe that in order to live a happy, fulfilling life, you need to spend time finding things that you enjoy doing and seeing.  Finding lots of friends and spending time with them and your family.  I also believe both learning from and teaching others anything that is important to you are crucial to a productive life.

Remember that there never will be a “perfect time,” so the best way to finish something that you always wanted to get done, is simply to start (and then continue working on it whenever you can until you are satisfied)!

Write that book or poem you’ve always wanted to.  Start that company or plan that trip and start saving if necessary.

CARPE DIEM  – Cease the day!


Thanks for reading =)



Finding Your Place

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Hello and welcome!

If you are reading this you may be wondering who I am, what I do, and what I can offer to you personally.  Well before I answer all of those questions (and any other questions you may have, you can always ask); first and foremost I need you to do something for me.  You must purge all preconceived notions from your mind, and concentrate on the here and now.  In order to really learn, to get help, to find something else about yourself and the world; YOU MUST BE WILLING TO RECEIVE that HELP!  We need to have an open mind for anything and everything we experience on a day to day basis; otherwise, the mind being closed; we no longer will be growing mentally and instead we just wither away.  The second we get out of college many of us develop an over-grown ego, which is the start of the death of the mind.  My personal favorite way I have heard someone express this is: “The mind is like a parachute; it only works when it is open.” – I am unsure who first said that; but it is very true.

First bit of advice I can give for free is the topic of this first post (and a song):  Finding your place.  How did I get to where I am now? How did I end up at a point in my life, relatively young, and having achieved all that I have wanted to so far?  Well let me tell you it is not by accident; and I won’t lie; I did work pretty hard to get to where I am today; but I was always doing things at the same time that made the journey here enjoyable.  I found things that I love doing; (playing guitar to start; then teaching guitar to others, etc.)  and found many ways to use those talents to earn money.  (I know this is cliché, but) The point is I found something I love doing, and so “I never work a day in my life”.  What do you love doing?  Is it collecting something? maybe you can buy and sell collectibles for a living.  Do you enjoy knitting or pottery-making, photography, or some other craft in which you are creating something?  Hone your skill and sell your work!  Do you love horseback riding or driving? Do something in which you can offer rides, or (legally) race others and earn money doing that.  There are many options out there; the point is (sorry, another cliché here:) we only live once; why waste your life working a 9-5 making someone else rich, and never going after your goals?  Life’s too short; it really is.  Carpe Diem!   What are you going to be remembered for?

If you are interested; feel free to ask a question or comment on here, and I will do my best to answer them all.  Or if you have something more personal I am happy to give you more personalized help via email:

Thank you for reading and keep an eye out for my next post; where I will go over how to create an outline and start changing your own life!

Oh, and to find answers as to who I am, what I do, and what I can offer you; you can find some of those answers on my home page @:  

See you soon  =)