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Extra Points: One Life, Right?

Dan Weedin Unleashed-40Don’t blow it…

Have you seen the new Kona Brewing Company television ads featuring two Hawaiian brothers waxing poetic about beer, but mostly life? These guys are the modern day Bob and Doug McKenzie from the Great White North. Instead of wearing parkas and exclaiming “Eh,” these guys are chilling on the beach and signing off with, “Mahalo.”

The commercials are brilliant. Not just because it’s good beer, but it’s incredibly accurate wisdom. The concept is about slowing down; discarding the “fear of missing out,” or FOMO; and enjoying where you are now. Of course, Kona wants to sell beer; I get it. I’m challenging you to take a look at your life and heed there wisdom, “It’s one life, right? Don’t blow it.”

We’ve all at times been guilty of “blowing it.” It’s easy to do. We ruminate about things that have happened in the past; we worry or dread the future; fear paralyzes us and we don’t take risks; and we can become overwhelmed by the current events of the world.

“Blowing” your one life is deeper than making stupid and reckless decisions. It can be as simple as wasting away time worrying about what you will (or did) happen and/or scurrying around in the constant headless chicken metaphor that you miss golden life opportunities.

Let’s take a cue from my two new favorite TV brothers. Relax. Enjoy today. Keep perspective. Rinse and Repeat. One life, right? Don’t blow it.

Mahalo!

Quote of the Week:

Today was good. Today was fun. Tomorrow is another one.”

~ Dr. Seuss

Haven’t seen the commercials? Watch FOMO here – LINK

P.S. Are you a small or medium-sized business owner that would like to inculcate this concept into your life and company, email me and let’s talk. You started a business to have fun, not to become it’s captive. Let me help you change that for you and your employees.

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