My Hero is Always Ten Years Away

My Hero is Always Ten Years Away

The Powerful Paragraph

In a 2014 Oscar’s acceptance speech, Matthew McConaughey spoke about his hero: Himself in ten years. He explained it best, “You see, every day, and every week, and every month, and every year in my life, my hero is always ten years away. I’m never going to be my hero. I’m not going to obtain that, and that’s fine with me because it keeps me with somebody to keep on chasing.”

The Powerful Question to Ponder

How would it impact your life to consistently be chasing yourself ten years into the future?

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