We’re born to create. Are you leaving something worthwhile?

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Have you ever woken up in the morning and felt an ache inside?


A feeling that there’s something more you need to do?

That you’re destined for something greater?


So go do it.

Make a mark.

Or even … just begin.


But sometimes you need a kick-start.

Here’s a few for you:

What creative legacy do you want to leave?

Look for places to make a difference.


What mark you want to leave as a unique reminder of your life?

Find people and places where you can add, not take away.


What undiscovered treasures have you dreamt of finding?

Open new eyes to hidden gems.


How wide is your life right now?

Make sure you live life’s width as well as its length.


What’s your passion, something you’re always talking about everywhere you go?

Make you heart sing.


We’re only here once (that we’re sure of).

Make sure you’ve left something.


What can you add?

Leave your mark and then go out and start ….


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  1. Olena Taran

    August 31, 2015

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    Your post inspired me to start writing) I postponed articles though had many ideas and now it is a high time to drop a line or two)) thanks for the great inspiring blog! I’m glad that I found it)

    • Di Mace

      May 5, 2014

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      Yah yah! The tricky thing is killing that sneaky critic and hidden under-miner who are working in the background 🙂

  2. Chris

    September 26, 2013

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    My sentiments exactly…..but it could be the sixtyish effect too!

    • Di Mace

      September 26, 2013

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      Ah yes …. the X’ish effect. It casts long shadows, no matter what X is.
      But hang on …the third act is always where the best stuff happens in the story!

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