Through the loss of loved ones- friends and family members, I realized that life is short and we only have one life to live. Each of my lossed love ones could have lived longer, more happily and with more meaning; instead, many died with regrets. I started analyzing what makes life successful or significant. Afterwards, my priorities and focus changed: I decided to walk towards my dream, goal and mission while cherishing people around me and making a positive difference to the world. I chose ‘heartworking’.
My second book starts by saying “It is not about Hardworking but Heartworking. It is not about Networking but Heartworking”. I think this is the summary of what I have learned as my business lesson.
My magic moment came when I realized why I had extremely different experiences in my life ; why there were both miserable and happy moments. I understood what makes a miserable life and a happier life, and how to share that with others so they can have a flourishing life as well.
Debbie acts as a number one fan!
What Debbie does for fun:
Biking, singing while playing the piano, traveling and reading
Jeans or Khakis?
Watch or play sports?
Coffee, beer or wine?
Feet up or flat on the floor?
Feet up on the desk
Vacation close to home or across the world?
Across the world
Beach or ski resort?
Plane, train, ship or automobile?
Your weekend: Plan every moment or wing it?
Between, but more winging it
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