Paul Castain’s Important Message About Life and Family
Do you ever read something online that is so inspiring and memorable that you cannot get it out of your head? This happened to me yesterday morning, and I thought about it for the rest of the day.
Since it is the 4th of July for my American readers, I thought this would be a great time to share a recent post by Paul Castain about family and life in general.
This piece comes from the heart, and discusses looking forward (not back) but keeping memories “in a special place” that you can cherish for the rest of your life.
Happy 4th of July, and have a wonderful day!
Posted on July 4, 2012, in Inspiration, Motivation, Sales and tagged 4th of July, Family, Family Time, Independence Day, Life Lessons, Paul Castain, Your Sales Playbook. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.
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Thanks for sharing Paul’s post. I can totally relate being a mother of three adult children, 30, 29, and 27. I have enjoyed each day and look forward to each day that we are here. They are my treasures.
You are welcome Tina! I am glad you can relate. I was really impressed when Paul came out yesterday to share his message. All we can do is each enjoy each day with them, and look back with fond memories.
Thanks again for stopping by!
And take lots of pictures and videos! 🙂
Great message! Reminds me of a conversation I had on a plane a few years back. I was flying home from a business trip and the gentleman beside me was flying home from a vacation with his family. I made some sort of reference to how I could hardly wait until that was me and he turned to me and very quietly said “Don’t wish your life away.” So very, very true and words I try and live by. My son is 21 and my daughter, the baby, will be 18 in just a few short weeks. It really does seem like yesterday when they weren’t allowed to take their scooters around the block without letting me know. Enjoy every precious moment, no matter what stage of life you are in.
Hey Laurie! Thanks for the personal comments. I really appreciate it. Yes enjoying each precious moment is the key isn’t it?
I am glad the gentlemen on the plane gave you some perspective all those years ago..
Take care and enjoy the rest of your week!