What Would You Do If Money Wasn’t An Issue?
Today was the first day of my sabbatical from the corporate world.
Aside from going to the gym twice and packing my bags for some much needed family time in Tucson, I spent most of it alone at my desk with my thoughts, dreams, and an open notebook. Over the course of the next couple of months I’ll be asking myself some tough questions and getting down to the heart of what matters and how I want to spend the next couple of years of my life. It’s an opportunity that I’m greatly thankful for and I’m going to make the absolute most of it.
Over the break between Christmas and New Years I had a chance to chat with friends, family, and co-workers. In between bites of HoneyBaked Ham, eggplant rollatini, and cheesecake I asked several of them a similar question, either: “What would you do if you retired?” or “What would you do if money wasn’t an issue?” I got a number of responses, many of them around the same general themes.
Now I’d like to ask you the same question:
What would YOU do if money wasn’t an issue?
Respond in the comments section below or if it’s too personal to share feel free to email me or even set up some time to connect over the phone or via Skype. And please share this post with your friends as it’s a question that I’ll be thinking a lot about over the next couple of weeks and any input is valuable.
Now more importantly… How many of those things can you accomplish right now?
Pick the easiest one and start today.