Want To Be Inspired? Write Your Own Eulogy


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Tracye was a big life liver, a passionate lover, dedicated daughter, cool sister, sassy aunt, and loyal friend, who regularly took big risks to live as fully and as magnificently as she could. She was someone who lived a lush life and wanted to inspire others to live the lives they deserved. She believed in miracles and the power of possibilities, and encouraged others to do the same. She was a motivator of people; someone who lived to lift up others from the inside out. She loved hard and ferociously guarded her family and friends. She was a vibrant rockstar and role model who never ever gave up on her dreams and manifested them for herself and for the service of others. She was an advocate for eating lemon cake and drinking champagne all day on your birthday!

At this point in my eulogy, I imagine cheers, someone hitting play on any one of my favorite songs, everyone jumping out of their seats, and getting the party started. Seriously!

If you haven’t done this exercise, you should. It’s powerful. It will allow you to really evaluate who you are and the legacy you’re leaving right now. Is it all that you dreamed? Is the life you’re manifesting today a true picture of your most authentic self? Is it how you want to be remembered? Tick tock. The clock is ticking on your life. You absolutely can write and live whatever story you want to create.

So, you’ve got homework:

  • Write your eulogy.
  • Read it out loud.
  • Keep it close where you can see it.
  • Check-in regularly and ask yourself “Is this how I want to be remembered?”

You can leave a legacy that speaks to the bright, amazing, big ol’ light that you are. And, you too can imagine people smiling and cheering because of it!

Check out more from Tracye Warfield and order her new book Breathe Big Live Big “A Starter Guide For Your Awesome Life!” today!

About Tracye

Known for her motivational mantras and joyful practice, Tracye Warfield puts the play in yoga and yummy food. Tracye began practicing yoga in 1999, when she first hobbled onto the mat after a long and achy marathon. Ten years later, she walked away from a successful career in corporate America to start living the life she was meant to live. Currently, she teaches Vinyasa, Power Yoga, Hatha, and Pilates in studio classes, workshops, online, with private clients, and at her bytracye yoga.yummy food retreats throughout the U.S. and internationally.

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