How vividly imagining your own death can help your next career move

Imagining what you would like to have said about you when you die could give you the blueprint for your future.

The practice of writing your own eulogy–a visualization technique inspired by Steve Jobs’ Stanford commencement address–is becoming increasingly popular among business leaders. Daniel Goleman (recognised world-wide as an expert in Emotional Intelligence), commented on LinkedIn that he believes it can help us identify points of imbalance in our lives and initiate change as we look toward the future.

Here’s a link to an interesting short read by Michael Grothaus about how imagining what you would like to have said about you when you die could give you a blueprint for your future.

2018-12-09T13:11:25+00:00 December 9th, 2018|Article|