Steve Jobs and the pitfalls of living each day as if it was your last


In the wake of Steve Jobs dying, much has been made of his advice about how to live life well. In this 3-minute-32-second video, I talk about one of his quotes, the problems with trying to live each day as if it was your last, and of Jobs’ unique solution to the problem.

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  1. m. j. says:

    Once again, Dmitri, you get to the deeper truth of the matter. When I ask myself questions like “HOW do I want to BE in tending to this responsibility?” or “WHO do I want to be today?”, I am drawn back to my heart, the greater Presence, what I really long for. .. How hopefu!. It’s never too late to be the person I want to be. I don’t have to accomplish something grand, or finish my “TO DO” list. But I can always REFINE ‘who I am’/'how I BE’ in any ordinary day.

  2. m. j. says:

    And I forgot to thank you from the bottom of my heart for the work you do and share so freely!

  3. Shawn Cummings says:

    You rock, as always, Dmitri. Another good question – “Do I want to live my life today bound by a hokey cliche?”. Well generally no.

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