What will you be remembered for? / by Benjamin Steele

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Blog #35

During his commencement speech to Maharishi University in 2014, Jim Carrey said the following...

"I’ve often said that I wished people could realize all their dreams of wealth and fame so they could see that it’s not where you’ll find your sense of completion. I can tell you from experience that the effect you have on others is the most valuable currency there is. How will you serve the world? What do they need, that your talent can provide? What will you be remembered for?"

All we need to do is find the talent that we can provide to society and start pursuing it.

We need to pursue this talent so passionately, that nothing can stand in our way.

When I think about the great athletes and successful entrepreneurs in this world, I think about their stories of becoming. Never is it because of free handouts or lucky breaks; no, it's because of their willingness to work.

The word GRIND comes to mind. They were will to GRIND it out, until they achieved their dreams.

So how are you going to contribute to society and are you willing to GRIND it out?

Thanks,

Ben