What They Remember About You.

Were you honest?
Were you kind?

Were you thoughtful?

Were you brave?

People remember.

But the thing about memories is that they always change.

Time gets in the way.

What just happened makes what happened earlier seem a bit different.  It adds context.  And perspective.

Which means you can never stop creating memories. You can’t do one amazing thing and then never do anything else that matters.Over time, the memory of you fades until they don’t remember much about you at all.

People don’t remember.

This is true for work, for finding a new job, and for your personal relationships.What those around you remember about you as a result of what you’re doing right now.

Who you are right now.

What kind of memories are you creating?

0 Replies to “What They Remember About You.”

  1.  

    Just like the insurance policy you pay into over time, or
    the tangible wealth you accumulate throughout your life, the legacy of who you
    are is developed and built upon the actions of what you do every day of your
    life. With this in mind, consider the following questions.

     

    Are you contributing time, money or effort to your
    community?

    Are you offering your talents in service to others?

    Are you planting and nurturing an idea that can benefit your
    family and community?

    Are you helping to create positive change for the greater
    good?

    Are you constantly working to build win-win relationships?

    Are you encouraging others to be all that they can be?

    Are you a teacher, mentor or coach for a family member,
    friend or coworker?

    Are you continually inquiring, reading, learning, growing
    and applying new knowledge and encouraging others to do the same?

    Are you attempting to live an exemplary life at home, work
    and in your community?

    Are you respected more for what you do rather than who you
    are?

  2.  

    Just like the insurance policy you pay into over time, or
    the tangible wealth you accumulate throughout your life, the legacy of who you
    are is developed and built upon the actions of what you do every day of your
    life. With this in mind, consider the following questions.

     

    Are you contributing time, money or effort to your
    community?

    Are you offering your talents in service to others?

    Are you planting and nurturing an idea that can benefit your
    family and community?

    Are you helping to create positive change for the greater
    good?

    Are you constantly working to build win-win relationships?

    Are you encouraging others to be all that they can be?

    Are you a teacher, mentor or coach for a family member,
    friend or coworker?

    Are you continually inquiring, reading, learning, growing
    and applying new knowledge and encouraging others to do the same?

    Are you attempting to live an exemplary life at home, work
    and in your community?

    Are you respected more for what you do rather than who you
    are?

  3.  

    Just like the insurance policy you pay into over time, or
    the tangible wealth you accumulate throughout your life, the legacy of who you
    are is developed and built upon the actions of what you do every day of your
    life. With this in mind, consider the following questions.

     

    Are you contributing time, money or effort to your
    community?

    Are you offering your talents in service to others?

    Are you planting and nurturing an idea that can benefit your
    family and community?

    Are you helping to create positive change for the greater
    good?

    Are you constantly working to build win-win relationships?

    Are you encouraging others to be all that they can be?

    Are you a teacher, mentor or coach for a family member,
    friend or coworker?

    Are you continually inquiring, reading, learning, growing
    and applying new knowledge and encouraging others to do the same?

    Are you attempting to live an exemplary life at home, work
    and in your community?

    Are you respected more for what you do rather than who you
    are?

  4.  

    Just like the insurance policy you pay into over time, or
    the tangible wealth you accumulate throughout your life, the legacy of who you
    are is developed and built upon the actions of what you do every day of your
    life. With this in mind, consider the following questions.

     

    Are you contributing time, money or effort to your
    community?

    Are you offering your talents in service to others?

    Are you planting and nurturing an idea that can benefit your
    family and community?

    Are you helping to create positive change for the greater
    good?

    Are you constantly working to build win-win relationships?

    Are you encouraging others to be all that they can be?

    Are you a teacher, mentor or coach for a family member,
    friend or coworker?

    Are you continually inquiring, reading, learning, growing
    and applying new knowledge and encouraging others to do the same?

    Are you attempting to live an exemplary life at home, work
    and in your community?

    Are you respected more for what you do rather than who you
    are?

  5.  

    Just like the insurance policy you pay into over time, or
    the tangible wealth you accumulate throughout your life, the legacy of who you
    are is developed and built upon the actions of what you do every day of your
    life. With this in mind, consider the following questions.

     

    Are you contributing time, money or effort to your
    community?

    Are you offering your talents in service to others?

    Are you planting and nurturing an idea that can benefit your
    family and community?

    Are you helping to create positive change for the greater
    good?

    Are you constantly working to build win-win relationships?

    Are you encouraging others to be all that they can be?

    Are you a teacher, mentor or coach for a family member,
    friend or coworker?

    Are you continually inquiring, reading, learning, growing
    and applying new knowledge and encouraging others to do the same?

    Are you attempting to live an exemplary life at home, work
    and in your community?

    Are you respected more for what you do rather than who you
    are?

  6.  

    Just like the insurance policy you pay into over time, or
    the tangible wealth you accumulate throughout your life, the legacy of who you
    are is developed and built upon the actions of what you do every day of your
    life. With this in mind, consider the following questions.

     

    Are you contributing time, money or effort to your
    community?

    Are you offering your talents in service to others?

    Are you planting and nurturing an idea that can benefit your
    family and community?

    Are you helping to create positive change for the greater
    good?

    Are you constantly working to build win-win relationships?

    Are you encouraging others to be all that they can be?

    Are you a teacher, mentor or coach for a family member,
    friend or coworker?

    Are you continually inquiring, reading, learning, growing
    and applying new knowledge and encouraging others to do the same?

    Are you attempting to live an exemplary life at home, work
    and in your community?

    Are you respected more for what you do rather than who you
    are?

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