Do the right thing. It will gratify some people and astonish the rest.
by Darren Hardy, April 9, 2013
My dad would have been 66 years old yesterday. I lost him to bone cancer seven months ago. In his eulogy I passed forward the half-dozen philosophies he taught me that shaped me into the man I am today, in the hope they might benefit those in attendance.
In honor and celebration of his birthday I’d like to pass one of those philosophies forward to you. This one saved my life… and defined my life.
You might know that my parents divorced when I was only 18 months old. My mother never really wanted to be a mother (she got angry when she found out she was pregnant with me), so when they split up, she cheerfully handed me over to my dad.
My dad didn’t know what to do with me either. He was only 23 years old when I was born. He had just moved from his hometown, in the San Francisco Bay Area, to what seemed like the middle of nowhere in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
There we were, out there all alone. READ MORE