For the New Year of 2013, I challenged folks to get in touch with what was important to them. I wrote to friends, After you know what is REALLY important to you, I challenge you to figure out how to make those values/ideas/people/things/places central in your life. (This challenge comes from running around Vegas high as a kite and seeing all these people looking unhappy even though they were in this place that was supposed to be so much fun. A tourist guy in town for a bachelor party ended up sitting next to me in a hippy circle while waiting to buy some weed [not from me or any of my people] and I tried to talk to him about something real, just piercing him with my eyes and saying, “What’s important to you, Rob?”)
It’s 2015 now, and I’m challenging you (again or for the first time) to figure out what is important to you and then make those values/ideas/people/things/places central in your life. If you’re not already living with what’s important to you at the center of your life, now’s the time to do so. What’s stopping you? Whatever it is, I suggest you get rid of it.