Your advice counts
I asked you on Monday for some general advice, and I received 5 responses, which is 5 more responses that I expected.
So here they are:
"Love your family and friends as if it's your last day on earth," wrote Jim Gibbons.
Lowell Thing wrote, "Well, it's that threadworn advice we're all familiar with that always still applies: Whatever that important thing in your life is that you've been putting off, start doing it today - but just do some little something to get it off the ground. Ideally that something should be visible to you tomorrow to encourage you to keep going. (The fundamental assumption of this advice is that doing something you really want to do (that is, the doing of it) is - a form of happiness.)"
"Don't forget to check in with yourself (myself) to observe what you need to work on personally. It's much easier (for me) to just keep the focus on everyone else's work...! I've found it's more obvious with a bit of alone time," wrote Emily.
Stone cold killer. https://t.co/JXJxsLv40d— Anil Dash (@anildash) May 27, 2016
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