Time flies so fast.
It’s the last day of May and it marks the day that I will assess my goals, and plans for the year – whether I got what I need to achieve, and if there are those that I need to adjust on deadlines, on strategies, on planning.
Most of my plans this year have failed to reach their deadlines. I am not disappointed, because I had to understand that it’s not a one big shot to success.
But time flies so fast, and my legacy has to manifest. How about you? How have you been doing this year?
We all have plans in life, right? Be it concrete or just an idea, developing the legacy you want to leave in the hearts and minds of people has to stay there as future generations come and go. As Shannon Alder said, “Carve your name on hearts, not tombstones. A legacy is etched into the minds of others and the stories they share about you.”
Hence, whether you publicize what you want to contribute to society on Facebook or keep it to those you trust, that won’t matter if people won’t feel and remember it.
Maybe let’s act now?