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March 14, 2017
Someone asked me what I did this past weekend.
I said, “Nothing special.”
I hang out and chill on the weekends. I didn’t take a trip. I didn’t visit any amazing restaurants.
I didn’t meet any celebrities or dance the night away in one of Dublin’s hottest night clubs.
There were no events this weekend that needed attending, no weddings or stag parties. No one had a baby or a christening.
No business masterminds or high pressure meetings with major clients.
No meetings in London with my mentor.
I didn’t race cars or ride a dirt bike. I didn’t swim with sharks or scuba dive a ship wreck. I didn’t sky dive over Dubai or wrestle alligators.
I didn’t climb any mountains or raft the rapids of a fast-moving river.
I didn’t learn a language or take up a new hobby.
I played with Alex. I held Indie. I talked to my wife.
We went out to the coffee shop and then to the park.
We saw winter starting to tip into spring.
We ate breakfast together, and lunch, and dinner.
So, I’ve been thinking.
When I said I hadn’t done anything special over the weekend, maybe I had it all wrong.
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