It’s now been almost a full week since the launch of Die Empty, and it’s been fun to see how people are processing and sharing some of the core topics in the book.
One of the things I (over-obsessively) keep my eye on is which passages are most-shared, and especially most re-tweeted. Several quotes have emerged as the “leading contenders”. So far, here they are:
“The cost of inaction is vast. Don’t go to your grave with your best work inside you. Choose to die empty.” Tweet This
“An ounce of preventative action today is worth a pound of corrective action later.” Tweet This
“Cultivating a love of the process is the key to making a lasting contribution.” Tweet This
“You will ultimately be remembered for the battles you chose to spend your time fighting.” Tweet This
“You cannot pursue greatness and comfort at the same time.” Tweet This
“Hustle is the best insurance policy against lifelong regret.” Tweet This
“Ultimately, your life will be measured by what you gave, not what you received.” Tweet This
“Tomorrow is only an unfulfilled wish, so live as if today is all you have.” Tweet This
If you have a favorite above, I’d be honored if you’d tweet it (as a means of voting!)
Also, if you have any initial thoughts or questions about what you’ve read thus far, I’d love to hear them in the comments!