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This is dr. Kevin Elko with the victory report.
Full crisis living — I have a book called the Sender Companion Journal, and in the book I write about a man called Anthony Burgess who was diagnosed with a brain tumor and given a year to live. He doesn’t have a penny to his name, so we made this plan that he’s going to write a novel and make money so that he has some for his family when he dies.
He got completely engrossed, completely involved, completely consumed with writing this novel. He loved writing it ad he loved his family.
He completed writing the novel, and he was more alive at the end of the novel then he was to begin the novel. He didn’t die, so he wrote another novel, and another — he has written 70 novels. Without the death sentence he received, he never really would have lived. Isn’t that interesting
In another case, a famous speaker was giving a seminar, and a man came up to him and said he was diagnosed with terminal illness, that he was only going to live a couple months. But then the doctor came back and said “I made a mistake. you’re going to be fine”. A few weeks later the man cried and said I don’t want to go back, I don’t want to go back. Live completely. Live Fully. Live full, die empty. I’m going to live like this might be my last year, and I’m going to go all out — and who knows, one day you’re going to say that and it’s going to be true, but like I write about in my book the Sender Companion Journal, full crisis living doesn’t count the days — make everyday count. Live full, die empty, laugh, smile, let go of grudges and spend time with people that you love. Be consumed with everyday, be bold, and don’t turn back.
This is Kevin Elko with the victory report.