There is one thing that known of us can ever get back, and it does not matter if you are the richest person in the world or the poorest, it is the same for all of us. Which is why it being so important to use it so wisely in our lives. I’m sharing this so that you me know I’m not doing it to show off but to share with you what is possible. I have the same 24 hours in a day as you do, I sometimes waste time as well. But I also choose to give back my time, what do I mean by that? I mean I choose to give my time, the most valuable thing in the whole world, for both you and me, I choose to give me time back to help others go through what they need to go through to find the answers they need in their lives.
Over the three years personally I have managed to give back my time by 39 days to help 35000 people from over 62 countries have the best experience of their lives at events they attended around the world, visiting places like London, Amsterdam and Miami. This year (2018) it will also include Singapore and Rotterdam as well, and I would say doubling that number. This is how I am choosing to give back and fill my human need to give back.
Why do I do it? I do it because I believe in what is being spoken about, I do it to make sure that people are safe, it holds me accountable to be the best version of me that I can be. I do it to watch and see the transformations that take place in people’s lives when they are in the right environment for them. Most of the time it’s life changing and because it’s like coming home to a family for me as well.
I choose to give my time in this way, how do you give your time? What would be rewarding for you? How would your giving back look like for you, if money was no object? Who could you give your time to right now and know that it would truly help them?
Just my version of the world, does not mean it is right, it’s just my view of how I see things. The video above was taken on the two days I took to relax afterwards in Miami.
“We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.” Winston S. Churchill