Can you spare 24 minutes?
I know, I know … this is really a BIG request in today’s super-charged culture where even a goldfish outlasts our typical attention spans. Yes, I said a goldfish!
An article on Time.com quotes a research study by Microsoft Corp. that states “The average attention span for the notoriously ill-focused goldfish is nine seconds, but … people now generally lose concentration after eight seconds, highlighting the affects of an increasingly digitalized lifestyle on the brain.”
So, I know I’m asking a lot but I dare to ask again … can you spare 24 minutes? Or, maybe the question is, will you? I wouldn’t ask if I didn’t think it totally worth it. Here’s why …
You see, a friend and colleague of mine, Greg Murtha, has taken the time to share his personal journey through cancer in a video interview and he has allowed me to share it here.
I first met Greg several years ago when I was attending a life-changing program at Halftime Institute in Dallas, where Greg was a senior staff member. While our paths have not crossed personally since, I have followed Greg’s very dramatic life-journey.
Greg’s story, which you can watch here, has been indelibly imprinted on my heart and leaves me more committed than ever to living the intentional, authentic life I was created for … and to helping others discover and do the same.
Take the time. Watch Greg’s message. You’ll be glad you did. Then, leave a comment below and share your thoughts. Don’t hesitate … just share how this video moves you.
If you are interested in learning how you too can, as Greg says, “be more alive than ever before”, contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’d love to chat with you.
Blessings to you all.