Welcome back to the last post in our series on living YOUR ideal life. I hope these posts have helped you find that creative side of you that will help you create a better world for you. After yesterday all the fun I shared about some things in my past, I am glad you are back for the final installment in this series. Its time to make this ideal thing ideal, and that is you must make it last.
Last on the list, is to Rock On. Coming from a guy called “Rocker” you have to expect this. I rock at what I do. I live like a rock star in my mind. Yes, I have long hair and I don’t wear suits or ties. When you hear me speak, I’ll be in the same clothes that you would see me in if you ran into me on the road on my bike. Be who you are and find the life that is yours. You may be the person who always has a suit and tie on and that is great, if that is who you are. I had to find a way to work and look the way I do. It was a struggle to build a brand of who I am, the way I am. Let’s face it, this article is not about money. I am not a rich man, I’m not really looking to be rich in my life. I am a free man.I can live life on my terms and that is a life that rocks.
I have a playlist on my iPod that says “Motivation.” It’s a list of songs that motivate me to keep growing and become a better person. It’s this list that gets me going on the days I’m feeling sluggish. This week is one of those sluggish weeks, as it seems that I finally have gotten some sinus infection. But I keep going, doing what I feel must get done. That list changes on a regular basis, I find new songs that just rock and got to hear on a daily basis.
My music list is mostly rock songs, Hair Bands from the 80s, Metal songs from the 90s etc. I’m a Christian man. When going to a Christian motorcycle event – or even pulling into my church – my sound system on the bike is playing Ace of Spades or Back in Black. It’s not Christian or worship music you hear on there. I do have lots of worship music on my iPod, but it’s usually a Rock ‘n Roll song that has me going. So Pastor John forgive me for playing ” Runnin with the Devil” pulling into the church parking lot last Sunday.
Well, there you have it – seven important things. They may not be what makes your world ideal but it’s my ideal life. And seven isn’t a magic number; this is an exercise about finding out what is important to you, what makes an Ideal Life for you. I hope from reading this you are motivated to create your own ideal life. I hope you make list of things you’re thankful for, a list to create a New You and become the person you want to be.
I’m Tim Gillette, the Rocker Life Coach. It’s time to live your dream, to love what you do and those you share life with. Get ready to be a RockStar in your world.