“My ideal day doesn’t require me to be rich or powerful or important. It just requires that I be good enough at something to sell my services on the open market and strong enough to say no to things that are beyond my needs. That is a privilege, and it’s more accessible than we think.”
This post is inspired by a great Marcus Aurelius quote: “You could be good today, but instead you choose tomorrow.”
Ryan Holiday riffs on this concept and explains how to stop living for the weekend and start living for today by choosing to live the life you want now instead of waiting to do so.
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