My big overarching philosophy on life is to live large, impact others, and leave a legacy.
What does that mean?
Live Large doesn’t mean flashing pics of my Rolls Royce all over social media, or flying my Learjet to Nova Scotia to see the total eclipse of the sun…although it could.
I don’t actually have those things. Not yet.
My desire to Live Large, and my encouragement for others to do the same, comes from a place of “Why not!?” Why wouldn’t you want to live large? Why play small?”
Life’s too short to hold back on your business, your life, and your ambitions.
Plus, the more you have, the more you can give away.
I want to be like Andrew Carnegie, one of the wealthiest men who ever lived (second after King Solomon, and ahead of Elon Musk or Jeff Bezos if you factor in inflation).
Carnegie once said, “I want to spend the first half of my life making money, and the second half giving it away,” and he did. I plan to as well. We can’t take it with us.
Beyond that, I subscribe to three philosophies:
I’m a Minimalist, an Essentialist, and a Possibilityist.