I managed to get a little look at her face.
She was somewhat ancient, yet she moved with more ease and grace
than some a quarter her age.
When I went to see Bruce Springsteen, I was blown away.
He looked fan-bloody-tastic - he oozed energy, not to mention endurance
(AND nobody can rock a pair of jeans quite like Bruce).
He was on that stage for over 3 hours with one tune moving seamlessly to the next.
And he has been doing what he does for over 30 years.
So it got me thinking....
How do we maintain longevity in our lives?
In our jobs, in relationships, in our health?
Nothing is guaranteed.
Catastrophic events and circumstances happen.
They just do.
But do we throw up our hands and say life is short I am going to do whatever the hell I want, or do we, just maybe, attend to the QUALITY of our input and output.
I really want what that old lady has got, and just a tiny bit of that same energy that Bruce has would be kinda good too.
So I have put together a short, but no means definitive list, of 9 ways that don't cost much more than our attention, that may help foster a bit of longevity in all that we do.