This interview with Dan Zadra is the last in a series of interviews with the author about his inspirational books that are numbered in a series. This last interview is about his book entitled “7-How Many Days Of The Week Can You Be Extraordinary”.
One of the things we discuss in our interview together is that fact that the average person has just 30,000 mornings they will awaken too. Think about that number for a minute, 30,000 mornings-how are you going to spend yours today?
The key here is that this is your life, and don’t miss a day of it– every morning is precious. This message is accented by a great story about a 95 year old woman recounting her time here on earth, and her thoughts on how time flies, and that one morning she looked up and was 70 year old and as soon as she made the realization that she did not have much more time on this earth, she started to savor everyday and every moment and wanted to make a difference in the world.
It does not have to be your 70th birthday before you make this realization about how each day is important. Learn to live for each moment —that is really all we have.
We have all heard about learning to become a beginner again, but how many of us really practice it? We lose something wonderful when it becomes more important to us to be the one who knows than to be the one who’s open to the everyday wonders around us. “Those wo think they know it all have no way of finding out they don’t”, wrote Leo Buscaglia. Fortunately, our sense of curiosity and wonder can rekindled and refreshed.
During my interview with Dan he tells personal inspring stories, and recounts stories that will inspire and move you. If you are wondering how your days, weeks, months, years and lifetime are going
to be extraordinary then read Dan’s book “7-How Many Days Of The Week Can Be Extraordinary” he really provides sound advice and inspiration on how to live an extraordinary life.
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