Does how you want to be remembered matter to you? If it does how would you define it? How you define it will help you decide what "Moves" you today. In the end what "Moves" you will determine who you are. Legacies are too important to be put off or left to chance. Your goal should be to write your own history...not leave that important task to someone else.
Getting what you want is one way to define success, but happiness is "wanting what you get" and that's a horse of a different color. It means it is you who determines what has "value" to you. Our research indicates that those who define their Legacy as something that enhances their life today and the lives of others tomorrow live longer and happier lives than those who are consumed only with what is important to them today. If you want to align how you live your life with how you want to be remembered here's a message from "The Tao" that might serve you well: Tom LeDuc
Knowledge and Humility
Knowing others is wisdom;
Knowing the self is enlightenment.
Mastering others requires force;
Mastering the self requires strength;
He who knows he has enough is rich.
Perseverance is a sign of power.
He who stays where he is endures.
To die but not to perish is to be eternally present.