Last week I turned 49 years old.
A few days after that, a friend of my wife’s died unexpectedly.
My wife’s friend was 55 years old when he died, only 6 years older than I am.
This is a wake up call for me.
Yes, I can make excuses.
I can say that both my grandfathers lived into their 70s, my grandmothers into their 90s.
That my parents are both still alive, my mom 74, my dad 78.
That I obviously have a several more decades to live.
The truth though is that I have no idea how much time I have left before I die.
None of us does.
Meanwhile we get these wake up calls all the time.
A wake up call doesn’t have to be a death.
It could be any sort of ending, loss, or transition that gives us the opportunity to examine how we’ve been living our lives.
An illness. A job loss or retirement. Moving to a new city. The end of a relationship.
Most of the times we ignore these wake up calls.
We want to keep living the small, safe secure life that we have.
We say no, we say I can’t, we say I won’t.
But we are called over and over and over again.
Called to live a larger life, a more authentic life, a life full of purpose and meaning.
A life that´s true to who we are.
So are you ready to answer the call?
The call to deeply examine the life you’ve been living…and make the changes needed to step into a bigger vision of that life?
If so, then let’s talk.
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And how I can help you overcome those struggles and challenges so that you can live life more authentically.