What’s Vital to You?

What’s Vital to You?

First of all, we need to explain what we mean by “vital”.



1. absolutely necessary or essential; treasured 

2. adding meaning to life 

So, what’s vital to you? The team at vīdl love asking this question because it serves as a reminder of what matters most to us, and changes the way we experience life. Let me explain: 

Every day you get up, get ready, and go about the business of life. Why do you do it? Yes, there are bills to pay. Of course, you’ve got to take care of yourself, provide for your family, or build a successful career. But what motivates you to do all that? 

By remembering what’s vital, we capture the moments, relationships, and values that bring us joy and animate us, placing them in the center of our hearts and minds. 

Why does this matter?

Distractions are everywhere. Your mental real estate is a sought-after commodity. News feeds, social media trends, advertisements, and all kinds of media are contending for your attention. 

Stimulating content is a click or a tap away at any moment, ready to claim our focus. And what we focus on will impact how we feel, what we think, and how we act throughout the day. This is why we ask: What’s vital to you?

No one can answer this for you. To find the answer you’ll need to set aside distractions, and let the truth emerge. Remember the moments when you felt most alive: reaching the summit of a mountain hike, belly-laughing with your best friends over something silly, the birth of your child… What made those moments so vital?

The vīdl life is about reclaiming our focus, letting it go back to the things that make life meaningful for each of us. When we reconnect with that meaning through our daily experience, it impacts how we work, play, and interact with the people around us.

Don’t miss the chance to remember what’s vital. Take time right now to remember something about your life that brings you joy and purpose.
Welcome to vīdl life. We can’t wait for you to take this journey.

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