WOW Word-Of-the-Week #345: SerenDestiny™

March 15, 2011 by  

SerenDestiny™ – leading the life you’re meant to live.

Do you feel fulfilled on a daily basis? Is your work and home life everything you want it to be? Do you feel like “something is missing” in your life?

Sam Horn, a fellow speaker and writing coach/mentor, has written a number of books. Her latest is titled, “SerenDestiny™.” Sam says,

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“Leading the life we’re born to live is no accident (serendipity); it’s a result of acting in alignment with our values and vision so we meet our best future halfway.”

“No one wants to go out mid-sentence.” – Johnny Depp

“This quote is featured in the chapter “Focus on Your 5%” of SerenDestiny™ that addresses the importance of acting on what’s important to us now, rather than assuming an automatic tomorrow and expecting it’ll be there waiting for us when we’re ready.”

“As Frank Sinatra said, “You better live every day like it’s your last, because one day you’re gonna be right.” This chapter isn’t meant to be morbid – it’s meant to remind us that procrastinating on our priorities is a prescription for regrets. Doing ONE thing we really care about can help us create a life that feels right, right now.”

This week’s focus is SerenDestiny™. Is your personal life in alignment with your values and vision? Does your work life leave you feeling fulfilled? Do you feel your life has a sense of purpose and meaning? Are you leading the life you’re meant to live?

Copyright 2011 Sam Horn, The Intrigue Expert, author of POP! and Tongue Fu!®
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Reader Responses

“I like the word SERENDESTINY. Ours can be a serendipitous destiny if we keep our mind-set positive and looking forward. Continuing to look backward or not be decisive in our day-to-day living is what leads to missed opportunities and then regrets. Time is always of the essence, so let’s take advantage of the now so there are no regrets. I have mentioned in previous posts how I make sure that I spend time with my wife and daughters. Having that stability at home makes it easier for me to concentrate on work activities that I need to stay on top of every week. But work stays at work. I don’t bring anything that happens at work into my home environment. When I am home, that is my complete focus. As a result, I have become a centered person with priorities in the right places. I have a lot for which to be grateful every single day, and I thank the Lord for it. Let’s live for today and take care of things ONE AT A TIME. Hard to believe, but it does all get done. Have a great St. Patrick’s Day. The Madness begins officially tomorrow.” – “Warrior” Joe