Near death experiences are useful

Consider being on a plane experiencing severe air turbulence.

Your fellow passengers are crying and screaming and praying.

You start thinking, “What if we crash and I die? What if this is it? No last phone calls, no emails, nothing.”

That’s a useful thing to go through.

It makes you stop thinking about your plans for tomorrow and focus on what you did yesterday.

Do you have any regrets?

Enough time with your kids and spouse?

A right-hand person to take over your company?

Your financial affairs in order?

No unresolved fights with loved ones?

If so, you’ll go down in a ball of fire with no regrets.

If not, you’ll be one of the folks crying, screaming and praying.

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