(Raw and Uncut 022) Don’t Forget To Be Present!  

In five years from now, will you remember what you did yesterday or the day before? Are you taking the time in your life to be present? Do you show up to your workplace, social, and family spaces in a way that is memorable? It is so important that you SLOW down and take the time to smell the roses. On this episode of the Tony G Show, you’ll hear Tony speak about the necessity of slowing down and being fully present. Don’t miss this powerful and inspiring episode!

 

 

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What Legacy are you leaving?

When your kids or friends look back on the years you shared together, what will they say? Will they say that you were present and available or where you always looking at your phone or down the road to the next best thing? Don’t get duped by the lie of FOMO – fear of missing out! There is no other moment in time like the one you are experiencing right NOW. Slow down and enjoy it! To hear more about how you can slow down and really reflect on your life, make sure to catch this episode of the Tony G Show!

It’s Not Too Late! Start today!

The lie that we often believe is that it’s too late to change. That couldn’t be further from the truth! When you learn to slow down and reflect on your life you will discover the power to change. Don’t just do it for your family and friends, do it for you! You deserve to have a life worth remembering and cherishing. Are you living that life now? If you aren’t – start making changes today! If you’d like to learn more about how you can start making changes today – listen to this episode of the Tony G Show!

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OUTLINE OF THIS EPISODE

  • Stop and Smell the Roses!
  • Don’t forget to be present.
  • Are you living a life worth remembering?

 

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