I once heard someone define success as "when those who know you best love and respect you the most." Something about that definition spoke to my heart because we all know intuitively that nothing we do in life really matters if in the end, we sacrificed our most important relationships to get it. If we're going to live a Home Run life, we can't skip second base where we learn to love, serve and give our best to others! Live your life such that those who bury you with tears one day, will not have tried to "bury you" with glee, before your time.
Speaker Cal Rychener
Published On August 3, 2016
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