5 Ways To Fully Embrace Conscious Living

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Are you consciously living in a way that centers on your purpose? Are you living your legacy today? Here are five ways leaders fully embrace conscious living:

Your Legacy Starts Today


Treating people well and diligently working are two ways to make a positive impact. People shouldn't be used for personal gains but instead should be a source of knowledge and growth. Everyone has something to offer us in our journey, which should lead us to try and listen to them.

Every interaction we have with a team member or peer either adds or subtracts from it. It can be overwhelming to sit and think about unless you focus on today.

Ask yourself how you'll improve the lives of those in your circles today, and don't focus on any mistakes you made yesterday. Doing so will progress the lasting legacy you'll someday leave behind.
Jerry Han, PrizeRebel


Meditating & Being Unapologetically Myself


Being remembered as a good human is an essential ideal. But for that, we may believe that we must be subjected to letting people walk all over us. Therefore, we may want to be remembered as good humans because we wish to do something in our lives that people appreciate and could take inspiration from. Meditating has can help clear the constant fog in our brains and can also help separate thoughts from needs. Allowing ourselves that time of absolute silence and peace is a great way to let go of the negative energy and replace it with positive energy. It makes me think more subtly and makes me an overall calm person.

Nathan Hughes, Diggity Marketing

Focus Our Time & Energy On Things that Matter

We should wake up every day knowing we are alive for a reason. Not just living to breathe but to make an impact on this world. To be remembered for the things that we do, not the things that we own.

So, focus your time and energy on things that matter. Volunteer in your community and donate your time and money to charities that are important to you. Also, try to live a life of integrity and always act honestly and kindly.

These are the things that we hope to be remembered when we die. They may not be flashy or glamorous, but they are the things that make us human. And ultimately, that is what really matters.
Aviad Faruz, FARUZO New York

Moving Beyond Fear & Taking On Big Challenges

You don't necessarily need to be remembered as the most successful entrepreneur, but instead, as someone who wasn't afraid to take a chance or make a mistake. Learning to live that way professionally and personally can open up so much freedom in your life. When we make decisions based on fear, we're not living in alignment with our values. As Brene Brown puts it, I'm actively "daring greatly" every day - now that's the mark to leave.
Marina Vaamonde, HouseCashin

Always Wear a Smile

It's been said that laughter is the best medicine. Try to live a life with a positive outlook and always wear a smile, no matter how hard the situation. So hopefully, when people think of you, they remember you as an upbeat and cheerful person. Laughter is contagious, and so be the one to spread it around. When people are feeling down, be the one they can always come to me for a good laugh. It is one of the most important things in life: to be able to make others smile. 
Lorien Strydom, Financer.com




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About the Author

Brett Farmiloe

Brett Farmiloe is the founder of Terkel, a Q&A site that converts questions into articles featuring expert insights. Brett frequently writes about HR and is an author of a book centered on employee engagement.


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