How will the world remember you after you are gone? Indeed, what will someone else write when they describe your life?
Alfred Nobel, the inventor of dynamite, was reading the newspaper one morning when, to his shock, he turned the page and discovered his obituary inside. It turns out that his brother had died, and the newspaper had published Alfred’s obituary by mistake. The obituary read, “The merchant of death is dead”. It went on to say the following:
“Dr. Alfred Nobel, who became rich by finding ways to kill more people faster than ever before, died yesterday.”
Marelisa Fábrega suggests that now is a good time to take stock of whether you're happy with what you're doing, and happy with the direction you're moving in life. She also suggests that now is as good a time as any to think about changing course and becoming the person you want to be remembered as, if you're not there already.
You can read Marelisa's article at http://goo.gl/5Ppem. I can tell you that Marelisa's article made me stop and think!
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