I watched a movie by that title a few days ago.
It was about a young golf professional, and how he had just had a melt down. He ends up in a car accident in a town called Utopia. While there he meets an unlikely mentor. He learns about himself and how to play his game.
The striking thing about the movie was how much truth it had in it. We’ll likely never be remembered for the things we’re holding important today. Most gravestones don’t say, “Here lies Brandon. He always got his work done.”
When you see what’s important to you. What you want written on your grave, it’s easier to move forward in life and let the rest fall away.