A Quick Break From Marketing & “What is really important?”

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It is quite easy to get caught up in all of our busy concerns, work, goals, desires, frustrations etc.

It is also quite easy to allow all of those pressures of life consume us to such an extent that we don’t make the time or patience we should for those important people around us in our lives.

All of the "stuff" that consumes our time and energy all feels so very important doesn’t it?

Well, let me ask you a question…

What is really important?

Before you even start to answer that for yourself I urge you to watch the short (11:32) video below… then ask and answer that same question of yourself.

 

 

 If you have any trouble viewing the video above

you can see it on Google Video Here

Onward & Upward!

Sam Knoll

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February 23, 2008

Ken @ 10:15 pm #

Hi Sam,

Thank you so very much for this link to the video. This has to be one of the most moving, yet inspirational presentations I have had the pleasure to watch in my 60 years on board.

Randy is obviously an enormous asset to the community in general and ireplacable to his family, it’s so unfair that he should be taken from us at such a young age.

I have previously suffered a couple of heart attacks and at times I sit and feel sorry for myself because I cannot do what I used to do… Man, have I got it all wrong! I am so fortunate to be where I am today with the prospect of still enjoying a few years with my family and grandchildren. I have no right to whinge and whine or feel sorry for myself at all.
I watched this video three times and unashamedly wept. Not of sadness but in admiration for a fellow human being who has really got the answers to life and how we should approach it all together.

Maybe I watch it just once more and I’ll be fortunate enough to get the message loud and clear.

Thank you again for what I believe your best tip this year.

Kind regards,
Ken Mathie

March 3, 2008

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