Last Day on Earth

What if today was your Last Day on Earth?

Let. That. Sink. In.

What if you knew that these were your final 24 hours? Your final 1,440 minutes. Your last 86,400 seconds.

What would you think? Feel? Do? Express? Create? Regret?

Who would be on your mind? Who would be with you? Who are you? WHO THE FUCK ARE YOU?

Where would you be? Where would you go?

How would you carry yourself? How would you treat others? How would you treat yourself?

Looking backwards, what mattered to you? What matters to you right now? Looking forward, what will matter to you?

Ultimately, all that matters is how you feel about yourself when you are all alone.

Tom Bilyeu

Are you proud of yourself? What are you leaving behind?

How long will you be remembered? When will your name be spoken for the last time?

Life, is a humbling experience. We are born out of mystery. We die into mystery.

So tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?

– Mary Oliver

In Last Day on Earth, we take a healthy and honest look in the mirror. Mortality is our reality. But we can recreate our fate. Through deep inner work, we discover what uniquely matters to us, consciously design our lives, develop momentum, playFULLY engage in the “real” world, and celebrate the shit out of life. We learn to have better conversations with ourselves, so life can have better conversations with us.

Last Day on Earth is not about death; instead it is about feeling more alive than ever before. In this course, we will achieve what few taste: clarity. Along the way, we unleash our powerful imaginations.

Truthfully, the majority of our lives are a distraction from OUR truth. When we confront our distracted “small self”, we break through to our next best level and activate our life adventures. Our efforts initiate a peaceful, yet powerful turning point in our lives. These are conversations you have nowhere else. Our culture doesn’t encourage these conversations until it’s far too late, when we lay motionless and regretful on our backs, awaiting our last breath and begging for another day.

One of the most brutally honest questions you must answer: how and why am I distracting myself?

Don’t wait until you are dying to start living. Take a giant step on your path to an extraordinary life. It won’t be easy, but nothing easy is worth having.

Life is right now.

– Connor CRANKIN Rankin

Let’s Elevate our perceptions while Rooting ourselves in wisdom. The days are long, but the years are short. Let’s make the most.

A man who dares to waste one hour of time has not discovered the value of life.

Charles Darwin

Inspired by feelings held deep within my heart, as well as the recent global COVID-19 situation, I am sharing what I’ve withheld from the world for a long time. I hope it helps you live a wonderful life.

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