Lots of life
[1 minute self-development]
This week we travel to Greece for a story. Worldclasspaul writes:
I really liked last week's As If experiment and I believe in it as well. It reminded me of my grandfather in Samos, Greece, who lived to 99. He was always happy. He enjoyed mixing with people in his little town and hanging out with friends. He never did a bad thing in his life, just all good. He was always praised and loved by all, young and old. He was young at heart.
He always enjoyed a good joke and had a saying when he was having a glass of wine with friends - "One more and no more".
His name was Polihronis, which means lots of life.
This week -
- What would you like to be?
- Who would you like to be?
- How can the As If experiment from last week help to inspire you?
Have a great day, and live with lots of life, like Polihronis.
ps - it's been an exciting week here. I'm very proud that my book Persuade in a minute has now been released in Arabic by publishers Dar El Farasha.