Monday, April 10, 2017
The Dean of Education at Harvard University was on the early news show this morning. Last year he gave a talk at the commencement and he told the graduates that, in his opinion, they would have happier, more fulfilling and more successful lives if they asked themselves the following questions before making decisions.
Could we at least . . .?
How can I help?
What truly matters?
As we travel down live's pathways we have to make many decisions, some trivial and others very important. Perhaps if we took the time to ask ourselves these questions it would at least ensure that we slowed down and thought about things before taking action. Perhaps it would also inspire us to make decisions that created a more positive impact in our lives and the lives of others. What do you think?