Question to Bree: What's this obsession with self-improvement?

What's this obsession with self improvement?

If you're not improving yourself every single day, then what are you doing?

Why are you living?

Are you living?

What is your end goal? 

What is your main purpose in life?

Why do you live?

I want to be the best version of myself.

I want to not be the best person in the room but the hardest worker in the room.

I want to show other people that you don't have to be born rich. 

You can get rich by outworking people.

You can get rich by working on yourself. Discovering what you love. Discovering what you can give to others.

You can be rich. Monetarily rich. But not just that rich. 

Rich in life. Rich in purpose. Rich in positivity.

I don't want to be one of the many soulless people I see on the trains or in the buses. Yes, maybe when they're at work, they're living their purpose. But off work, they're zombies. They give so much at work, they've lost their lives. Who are they without work?

I want me to be the same me at work or after work. I want people to know me not because of my job title or my career. I want to be known for my eulogy traits. Like what Ed Mylett said. 

He went to one of his daughter's friend's Mom's funeral and she's a real capable woman at work but nobody was talking about that. Everybody was talking about how great a mother she was. 

What do you want people to say at your funeral?

I want people to say I'm kind, I radiate light, I love people. I give value everywhere I go. 

I want people to continue talking about me even when I'm dead. But in a good way. Where my work will continue to inspire people. Or make someone go, "This woman is truly inspiring. She built her way up, she brought people with her along the way. I wish I knew her."

How do you want to be remembered at the end?


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