What Are You Willing To Die For?


I was reading a note from a friend about Normandy, Omaha Beach and the beginning of the end of World War II.

As he sat under a tree and reflected he was awestruck by the tombstones. Stars of David, Crosses and the like....He asked a pointed question.

"What are you willing to die for?"

I hadn't thought about that in a while. But, it does seem like an important question to ask.

Death comes after us with every tick of the clock.

That's a sobering thought, isn't it?

For me, the question of what I'm willing to die for takes a back seat to"What am I willing to live for?"

That's my Futuristic talent in action.

As a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach, I'm aware of time. Time is our most precious resource. When we work together, I want to make the most of every moment.

Why?

Because what I am committed to living and dying for is the same thing. To honor God in everything I do while helping others live freely and fully alive through the art of coaching.

By the way, I offer a free virtual strengths strategy session, It would be silly not to check into the power of your strengths in action.

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