Updated: Aug 24, 2020
Not long ago, there was a young woman who wanted to make a video; and because she believed in carpe diem (seize the day), she took a deep breath, picked up her camera and walked out the door.
And started a world-wide movement. Her name is Kalima Silverman, and the movement is Big Talk (as in
skip the small talk).
She approached all manner of strangers and asked if she could interview them. Those who said Yes never expected this question: What is the one thing you want to do before you die?
After some stumbling, the answers came:
I’d take a road trip and tell him I love him.
I’d get on an airplane and go be with my son.
Reconcile with my father and say I love you.
If it were your last day, the one thing you would want to do is the one thing that will most lift your life right now: healing a relationship that has been dragging on your life; or diving into a deeply personal desire
that has been gathering dust for far too long (e.g. art, dance, music, car repair)?
For years, Bronnie Ware worked with the dying, and she compiled a list of their most common regrets. One was: I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.
What can be truer than changing an important relationship or fulfilling a long-held desire?
What can be truer than exploring that new level of your life?
What can be truer than starting now?
* See Kalima's first video: link below
Not NOW !
If you find yourself coming up with reasons to delay that first step (and most of us do), this link can give you the motivation, and experience, of being true to yourself:
All She Ever Wanted. Was...
Her: She was saying, “If only I could find the right guy, I would give myself to him, and—
I stopped her and asked, “Give your SELF?”
Her eyes widened as she realized what she had said and what she had been doing.
Him: Free Insights
His business was deep in the red, and he was now desperate.
I asked him, “If there was one person on the planet holding you back, who would it be?”
He immediately said, “My Mother.”
She was giving him money to keep his business afloat.
She had also given him the down payment for his house and had recently taken over the payments.
His insight: "I'm 30 years old and still (like a child) dependent on my mother!"
Both Him & Her: The power of a deep insight is that it cannot be unseen; it will tend to keep prodding, motivating and pushing Him and Her into a permanent change (no resolutions needed).
And That Power is Now Yours:
Either one of these 2 simple techniques can bring you a life-changing insight (that leads to a permanent change).
Both are complete (nothing held back)
And sent directly to your inbox:
How many people, no matter what they try, spend their lives not losing Weight, or in unfulfilling Relationships (or none), or with Money problems or a Stalled career?
But one, eye-widening moment can begin leaving that pain behind
* Imagine seeing the present and past in an instant and knowing that it is no longer you
* Imagine taking control over that part of your life
* And imagine the relief of knowing that you are finally moving on, once and for all.
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* Kalima Silverman's website and first video: http://www.makebigtalk.com/
* Click this link to begin living a life of abundance:
* The very foundation of personal improvement is self-care/self-love. At this link: https://www.danielsperaw.com/blog/the-essence-of-personal-improvement