Today I’m going to share with you a game changing moment in my life and hope it inspires you to think about the game changing moments in your life.

First, what is a game changer? It is a person, event, or situation that changes your life. That changes the rules, your thoughts, your priorities. It changes the game of life.

13 years ago I was diagnosed with cancer. At that time, I was a type-A work-a-holic living on caffeine, nicotine, and adrenaline. I was a talent agent zipping back and forth between NYC and LA. I knew I needed to stop and knew there was something else I needed to do with my life, but I couldn’t figure out how to stop and make the change happen. Cancer gave me that opportunity to really look at my life and what I wanted from it.

I asked myself two important questions, and I want you to ask them of yourself:

1. If your life was going to be cut short, would you want to say you wish you had worked more?

My answer was a resounding “NO”!

2. Are you living your best life?

Again, at the time, my answer was “no”.

Cancer was my turning point – my game changer. I changed my career, my eating habits, started a meditation practice, and so on.

What are your game changing moments? If you can’t think of one, perhaps this video has inspired you to turn your life in a different direction. What would that direction be? What would you do to live your best life?

I’m always interested in what you have to say and what you say may inspire others as well, so definitely drop a comment and share this tip on Facebook, Twitter, etc.

And, as always, take care of you.

Love love love
Terri

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  1. I was just talking to someone about how it seems people are becoming more introspective with fall settling in. I’ve had several turning points in my life. Sometimes I think they are more like a slow awakening but a call to action happened when a dear friend of mine was diagnosed with cancer. It’s never too late to be really present in your life. Congrats on living your best life.

    1. Hi Joy-
      I believe people are becoming more awake and present to what really matters in life. Much of the time the awakening happens from an experience that shakes us out of our regular grind. I am so grateful that the universe saw to it, that my personal wake up call came at a relatively early point in my life. All such a gift!
      Thanks for sharing.
      love love love,
      Terri

  2. Congrats on your site! Most of my game changers in the past were the “called on the
    count of rain”…now, it’s simply the bottom of the nineth with the bases loaded,3 balls..two strikes, and infinite possibility!!!

  3. Hi Terri,

    Just wanted to say hello and how much I empathise with what you are doing. (Been following your twitter stuff)

    Over the years I have had a few “game changers” in my life, some within my control and others outwith. On the whole though I’m happier with who I am today than I have been for quite some time.

    The good stuff you are obviously doing has somehow really struck a chord with me.

    I respect and admire your courage.

    Stay healthy and keep up the good work.
    Kind regards
    Ian

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