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Mindful : April 2018
Instead of worrying about the meaning of life, craft a life that has meaning to you right where you are, advises Chip Conley, the founder and former CEO of Joie de Vivre hotels. In Emotional Equations: Simple Truths for Creating Happiness & Success, Conley tackles the existential question “What ’s the meaning of life?” and concludes that meaning is a DIY job. “Lots of people are so distracted by searching for the light at the end of the tunnel that they cannot see clearly what’s right next to them,” he writes. “Creating an abstract idea of meaning can just become another distraction. What is life ask- ing of you right now? Can you light a figurative candle in your hand to illuminate this moment so that you and those around you can make a difference today?” ● WHAT’S LIFE ASKING OF YOU? PARTING THOUGHT SMALL MOMENTS MATTER You don’t need a big “aha” moment to spur you to meaningful action. How can you make a difference right now, where you stand? Maybe you can show up at home tonight as a role model for your family. Or perhaps become a mentor at work. “Meaning can find you anywhere—in a park with your kids or in a lunch conversation with a coworker— just be open (and willing) to be found,” Chip Conley writes. 3 April 2018 mindful 23