When we are no longer here, as sad as it is, Our Facebook posts are our time capsule and part of our legacy. Be careful what you post as it will be there for your family and friends to remind them of us FOREVER.
What may seem bothersome or troubling to you today, In a year from now it probably will not be a big deal. For all those "See I told You" or "There They Go Again" political or racial posts it will seem silly and honestly it's boring.
Share all the wonderful, positive and funny experiences and POV's in your life because that's what you want your friends and family to remember you by and what makes people positively respond to you today.
Blaming others and being the victim at work and in society is an excuse for lack of courage, hustle, self awareness and persistence.
You don't want to be remembered that way and perceived that way today.
We all have an obligation to each other to be successful in our life. That comes in many forms none of which is financial success.
That will come with our efforts, words and actions, but it all adds up to what we receive in return by what we give to others. Most of which is time.
50 years from now when this post will still be available for my kids and grandkids to read, I want them to see and read what defined me as a person...
Not as a has been jock or businessman but as someone that squeezed ever last minute out of living a fulfilling life that hopefully made in difference in my wife and kids lives, shared my adventures with others, mentored those that worked for me and hopefully made those around me lives a little more enjoyable.
We all have a story to tell and not all of it is pretty...tell yours the way you want the world to know the good you.