Build Your Legacy — How to Make Every Day Count
Christopher Connors

Great article overall. Amazing lessons to be learnt here. However, I’d like to challenge the Be-Do-Have. I think it’s flawed. “Do” should come first and should be the part that’s unseen. Our actions and inactions shape the people we become. “Be” should come second because it’s what people see after we’ve done whatever we have in private or in public. For example, I don’t become a writer before actually writing. It’s my writing (doing) that makes me a writer (becoming). What I do doesn’t have to be visible, but who I become would be as visible as day.

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