The right way, the correct way and the only way to live does not really exist. You are living your life in your way. I am living my life in my own way. And that’s just fine.
I am now 66 years of age. I try to live my life with respect, compassion, kindness and love. I minimize my stresses, worries, doubts, sadness, confusion and anger from my mind. Most of the time I am calm, grateful and loving. I learn from my mistakes and to try to not make the same ones a second time. I ensure that I offer my best to the world.
A key factor for me is that I have devoted the past thirty years to become my best in all aspects of my life. I read and learn about the art of living which in my opinion is simply personal and professional development and growth.
I have thus been able to eliminate financial stress from my life at age fifty, mainly by investing in residential properties. With my financial independence, my wife and I were able to enjoy travelling and discovering new places and countries.
I wrote books about my research on personal and professional development and human relationships. I retired from work at age sixty. I continue to write and conduct seminars on subject matters relating to my books and real estate investments.
Many people have told me that I changed their lives with my advice, coaching and mentoring. Although it is nice to hear, especially for my ego, I know that I really changed nothing. I only reminded them of something that they already knew and had not paid sufficient attention to. They did the change themselves because they were motivated and disciplined enough to put in the effort.
We are all part of the human race – man, woman, white, black, brown, straight, gay, poor, rich, young, old or whatever else. We all breathe the same air on planet, Earth. We all are on different paths and stages in our lives by choice and by circumstances. Let’s try to assist each other in any way we can with respect, trust and love.