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Your Future Should Be Bigger Than Your Past. Here’s How to Do It

I recently got together with two of my best friends from high school, Jamie and Jason.

We’ve been friends for over 30 years.

We don’t see each other as often as we’d like to because life is busy.

But when we do it’s always amazing.

Sipping tea in the Sugarhouse neighbourhood of Salt Lake City, we found ourselves, as we often do, reminiscing about high school.

Sports, parties, weekend antics — you know how it goes.

But then, the conversation shifted from the past to the future.

It started simply enough, with one of us asking, “If we were having tea three years from now in this exact same place, sitting in these exact same chairs, what would need to happen for each of us to be happy with those three years?”

Talking about high school was great, but this was so much better.

You could immediately feel energy and confidence enter the room as we started scheming.

Strategy Development Meeting

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