Is what you’re doing this morning aligned with AmeriLife’s mission and your purpose? Is it something that moves you closer to the outcomes you need to achieve? Or is your morning something less? Is what you’re doing important? Is it something that matters? If what you’re doing wouldn’t matter were you not doing it, is it the best use of your time? When you complete what you’re doing this morning, will you be proud of having done so? Will you point to what you did as an outcome worthy of your time and effort? Will you one day wish you hadn’t spent time doing what you’re doing this morning because another, far better outcome should have been obtained? If you’re grateful for the time you have, you’ll see how that short time is, and you’ll use it to do what’s important.

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