113: Live Each Day Like It’s Your Last

By January 14, 2020April 21st, 2021No Comments

Real talk, you’re gonna die. And you never know when it’s gonna happen.
If you were facing the last few minutes of your life right now, would you be proud of what you accomplished? Would you have any regrets? Would you be proud of your legacy?
How do we get out of that little bubble in our minds and remember to live each day like it’s your last? What does that even mean to you?
That’s what we’re talking about today.
Our guest is Kate Manser. She was thirty years old when she realized she could do whatever she wanted with her life — because something happened that opened her eyes… that she might die tomorrow.
After experiencing this radical shift in perspective, Kate quit her job at Google to build her movement, called YOU MIGHT DIE TOMORROW. It is now her life’s work to inspire people at every age to really live before they die.

We will learn:

  • How to break out of apathy
  • How to find your meaning in life including Big vs. Everyday Meaningful Things
  • How to make tough decisions in life using The Deathbed Gut Check

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