Say Yes to Life

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It only takes a bit of observation to see a baby or young child truly living life; highly curious about it and interested in it almost regardless of the consequences. The child more often than not says yes to the opportunities and experiences of life! They eat bugs and dirt and welcome the rain so they can play in it. As we get older it appears we become more conservative, more reluctant to new experiences, less interested in new things, “set in our ways” and more likely to say ‘no’ to new to the experiences and opportunities of life causing us to never really live it.

My twin brother, Gary Cardone and I spent the last 20 years selling, persuading, convincing and even pressuring my aging mother to say yes to the experiences of life. We pushed her,