How many times have you heard someone say when they have lost a parent, a child, a loved one close to them , a friend – “I wish we had just one more day together, I would …”
One more day.
Have you been in that situation before?
Wishing you had that one more day to be with a loved one?
What would that be worth to you?
You can’t even put a dollar value on it as you know you can’t buy it.
So here’s my question – what are you willing to do in order to potentially have that one more day – or more – yourself for your loved ones to be with you?
Are you willing to share this same information with someone you know so they may make this same choice to potentially add that one more day or more to their lives?
Here are the statistics –
Each year, about 795,000 people in the United States have strokes.
Of this number, 137,000 of the people die.
About 610,000 of these cases are first strokes.
Of this group, approximately 185,000 people who survive a stroke will have another stroke within five years.
May was Stroke Awareness Month. Tips about strokes, the signs of a stroke and other resources are all available in my articles from May here.
There are no absolutes, however, there are steps you can take which may at least reduce the impact of a stroke on you.
If you can’t place a dollar value on that one more day it must be worth a lot.
Isn’t it worth exploring and changing a few behaviors and habits in order to have that one more day or more yourself? By sharing this information with someone you know in order to help them do the same?
Do you know I’m interviewing stroke survivors, their spouse or partner as well?
Here’s the link if that’s you or pass on to someone you know: www.mitchtublin.com/survivors
As always please share the information in this article with people you know.
Mitch Tublin is an entrepreneur and founder of Wenkroy International LLC, a boutique consulting company with a main focus of adding value to people. Through speaking, training and coaching clarity is achieved and distractions are reduced. People now focus on what matters most. My passion is to take people to the next level in their life and in their career and business.