Learning to Live so That You Leave a Legacy
Two weeks ago, I was working out with two of my great friends, both of whom were at my grandfather Leo’s funeral.
Frank, my one friend, said, ‘I only met Leo a few times, but man, he was great. Hearing about how everyone was talking about him at the funeral got me choked up a little bit. Hearing about his life inspired me to want to live a life where I have a legacy and people talk about my caring heart in that regard’.
Yup, that’s what Leo did and who he was.
You don’t set out to leave a legacy, a legacy is something that other’s will take from you and carry on
Take the time to learn every day and to practice the Golden rule.
Live by your personal values and moral codes and your life’s philosophy, even if it differs from most (and it might, because most people will never take the time to give a thought to what their life’s philosophy is).
In our upcoming Ripped Dads contest, this is one of the weekly lessons I will be teaching, so stay tuned.
Be unconventional - Kyle Newell
P.S-The legendary Ripped Dads contest is back! We will begin with 12 dads, looking to get into the best shape of their lives, both mentally and physically. The contest begins March 15th and is 45 days and has multiple (new) components to it. Only consider this if your heart is telling you it’s time to take the next step in your life and become the Dad you know you can be. You can apply for a spot by reaching out directly to me via text at 908-229-6666.
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