I think I may have shared this with you before …
But it’s worth sharing again.
I heard it on an HBO series.
The guy said: “Hell is getting to the end of your life and meeting the person you could have become.”
When it’s all said and done, when you’re on your way out of this place, how will you look at your life?
Will you look back in regret or with pride?
Will you kick yourself for spending 33.5 hours/week watching TV?
Seven hours a week (at least) scrolling Instagram?
Or will you be proud of the time you spent really being present with your friends and family, really working on creating the life you want, and really being yourself instead of who “they” wanted you to be?
When you’re in your last days and meet the person you could have become, will you be able to look that person in the eye?
Will you be able to say you did your best?
Or will you have wished you worked a little harder?
Patrick Bet-David is back on the podcast today. I think you’ll want to hear this one.
Source: There Are Levels to Respect
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