If you don’t take steps to overcome your shyness, procrastination, bad habits, or any other thing that may lead to issues in your life, when are you going to?
If you don’t get on the path to living a healthier lifestyle soon, when will you?
If you don’t make concrete plans to do the awesome things you’ve always wanted to do, when will they get done?
If you don’t develop the discipline necessary to follow through with your New Year’s resolutions year after year, will you ever?
The fact is, people often put things off until it’s too late. We fall victim to the belief that there will always be time.
But time passes. It never stops.
Days, weeks, months, even years go by without people taking action on the things they intended to do.
One only gets to experience what it’s like to be and do things at a certain age when one is that age.
You’ll only be young once. You’ll only be in your twenties, thirties, forties… once. And in every decade that passes, you are no longer the same. Lifestyles, responsibilities, priorities change.
Of all the things we get in life, we can never get more time.
If you want to accomplish anything in life, you can’t just think about it. And you can’t just keeping pushing it off until the time is right or everything is perfect.
You have to commit to taking action on whatever it is you truly wish to do.
Commit to writing down what you truly want to do in life. Commit to taking the steps necessary to figure out how to do it. Break down every aspect of what you wish to accomplish into achievable goals. And then commit to meeting them.
Make it happen.
- Today is day one.
- Stop wishing for more time
- Making progress is more important than making excuses
- What I’ve learned about achieving personal goals
- Don’t let what you can’t do stand in the way of what you can do.
- Your world will change dramatically
- Time won’t let me go
- Stop wasting your time following someone else’s idea of the ideal life.
- What you do in your free time determines what you’ll be doing when you don’t have a choice.