Wait. Hang on. Hold up. Pause.
Why? Why wait?
Will the moment ever be right? And if we’re waiting for that mythical just-right moment, how much will we miss?
(Oh, yeah. I’m preachin’ to the choir here. Waiting is my pass-time. I’ve spent 50+ years practicing the art of waiting. <sigh>)
“Do not wait for the right moment.”
NOW is the right moment.
Or it could be if we don’t let it pass.
Let’s get real here: sometimes it’s just laziness that has us waiting.
Or maybe it’s just me?
Am I the only one who is waiting and it’s not a good thing?
Let’s spark some urgency with a few questions:
Imagine all the good stuff we could miss out on…
- What won’t be birthed if we wait?
- Who will be impacted negatively if we pause?
- Where won’t we go, should we hang back?
- What won’t we experience if we sit tight?
- And if not now… then when?
If not now… then when will the “right moment” come?
Take action. Do it NOW!
Imagine if you couldn’t fail – what would you do right now?
What if you could positively impact a whole group of people (or maybe just one precious soul). Where would you take action today?
There are amazing sights, sounds, fragrances and experiences about to be added to your history…
Benjamin Franklin didn’t wait.
I’m participating in a challenge to write every day – in this challenge I’ve also been reading other posts. The second item in a post on Benjamin Franklin sparked my thoughts today, “Benjamin Franklin never waited for the right moment. He took action when he had an idea… ” I think we’d all agree that he accomplished quite a bit in his life. Right?
You are capable of so much.
Set yourself up for success. Choose something to pursue that will be easy to reach – at least in the beginning. And if you have a large goal in mind, then divide it into smaller bits and pieces. You are capable of SO much!