Rick Sapio – Dance At Weddings As If No One Is Watching

October 2nd, 2010 by Rich Christiansen

I love the serendipitous events of life that pop nuggets of gold into our lives.  This past week I received a gem.  Let me share this gold with you.

This past week I received a handwritten note from Richard A Sapio who is the Managing Director of Mutual Capital Alliance.   Rick is involved with the Gathering of the Titans event as well as How To Think Like a Billionaire.

Rick and I sit on an advisory board together.  At our last meeting I was really impressed with Richards perspectives and seasoned wisdom regarding  Value Systems and Value GateKeepers in organizations.   We engaged in a meaningful dialog and I really connected with him.Rick Sapio

With the note that Rick  sent me he included a  small sheet of paper  with his “Simple Rules For a More tenorim without prescription. Engaged Live.”  I would like to share Rick’s amazing rules as he shared them with me.   Enjoy!

Simple Rules for a More Engaged Life

“The only life worth living is one that you are truly passionate about.”

  • Maintain a list, and call all friends & family on their birthdays.
  • Surprise an old friend or two with a call today.
  • Sing Karaoke…and sing your heart out.
  • Dance at weddings as if no one is watching.
  • Invite a crowd to Sunday afternoon dinners at your home.
  • Work with people that you respect.
  • Have dinner parties with fun, motivated people.
  • Mail a handwritten note to people after meeting them.
  • Memorize at least five great jokes, and tell them well.
  • Surprise your spouse with a gift.
  • Leave everything just a little nicer than you found it.
  • Raise self-sufficient, disciplined kids.  It will pay off later.
  • Learn a foreign language.
  • Eat something out of the norm tonight.
  • Mediate and pray daily.
  • Take chances.
  • Say “I love you” to friends and family members whenever you talk.
  • Give away $100 to strangers once in a while.
  • Get a life mentor or life coach.
  • Work out with a trainer.
  • Forgive someone who “wronged” you and take them to lunch.
  • Know that fulfillment can come from the ability to think like a child.
  • Eat dinner at the most expensive restaurant in town once per year.
  • Take your life seriously, but NEVER take yourself seriously.

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